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# Difference between descrete and continuous variables?

A discrete variable can only have specific values (often integers), and nothing in between. A continuous variable can not only have (for example) the value of two consecutive integers, but also anything in between.

A discrete variable can only have specific values (often integers), and nothing in between. A continuous variable can not only have (for example) the value of two consecutive integers, but also anything in between.

A discrete variable can only have specific values (often integers), and nothing in between. A continuous variable can not only have (for example) the value of two consecutive integers, but also anything in between.

A discrete variable can only have specific values (often integers), and nothing in between. A continuous variable can not only have (for example) the value of two consecutive integers, but also anything in between. Study guides

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## A number a power of a variable or a product of the two is a monomial while a polynomial is the of monomials

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A discrete variable can only have specific values (often integers), and nothing in between. A continuous variable can not only have (for example) the value of two consecutive integers, but also anything in between.  Earn +20 pts  