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    Justifying the difference between discrete and continuous variables

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    Please help me calculate the following:
    a. The number of defects in a roll of carpet
    b. The distance baseball travels in the air after being hit
    c. Number of points scored during a basketball game
    d. square footage of a house

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    The discrete variable is the variable that you can count .

    The continuous variable is the variable that you can not count.

    So

    a. The ...

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