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Determine the following random variables discrete or continuous:
a)Number of fish I caught during 2 hours?
I said: discrete
b)Temperature of a coffee cup?
I said: continuous
c)Height of a 2yearold maple tree?
I said: continuous
d) Number of credit cards I have in my wallet?
I said: discrete
e) The number of days until your next birthday?
I said: discrete
Can you tell me if I did these right?
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Ashley

They are all right.
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