A researcher looks at several classrooms, and counts the number of people with brown eyes in each class. Is this qualitative, quantitative-discrete, or quantitative-continuous data

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  1. Since you cannot have fractions of persons (unless there is a rare condition in which some persons have one brown and one blue eye), it is discrete. Since you are not considering degrees of brownness of the eyes, it is quantitive.

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