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Christian Lawson-Perfect 2 years, 9 months ago
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Lovely examples, but the explanations are wrong.
A simple definition of continuous is that in between two measurements there's always a valid "middle" measurement. So between 56.3cm and 56.4cm there's 56.35cm. But the number of cinema tickets sold is discrete because there's nothing between 1 and 2 tickets sold.
Can you rewrite the explanations using this definition?
|Discrete and continuous data||Ready to use||Stanislav Duris||20/11/2019 14:37|
|Robert's copy of Discrete and continuous data||draft||Robert Aykroyd||25/10/2017 11:48|
|Robert's copy of Robert's copy of Discrete and continuous data||draft||Robert Aykroyd||25/10/2017 11:49|
|Discrete and continuous data||draft||Robert Aykroyd||25/10/2017 11:49|
|Simon's copy of Discrete and continuous data||draft||Simon Thomas||08/05/2019 09:41|
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