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    xhie22
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    all i can say is that, continuous data are those that information that can be measured on a continuum or scale…it can have almost any numeric value and can be meaningfully subdivided into finer and finer increments, depending oupon the precision of the measurement system!!!
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    I agree to what Xhie has put up. to add to it backed by example. In Olympics time is a crucial factor. we try to break it in Seconds, Millisecond, Microsecond and so on, we can get finer and get more precise data. Discrete data is a Yes/No, True/False, or in mathematical lingua its called boolean algebra…..thanks, anyone can add more to this, nothing like it….

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