Discrete data is the type of data that cannot be written in an uncertain way, it would exist in a certain form. For example, there’s a school class and we are asked the total number of students in it. We will tell the exact number of students because we can't have half a student.
Examples of discrete data encompassed the total of students in a team, exam questions addressed rightly, or home runs hit. Tables or data shown in sections and lines, and charts, or organized outlines that show the relationship among variables utilizing two tomahawks, are two different ways to show discrete information. Another example is rolling dice. Its resulting values must be one of 1,2,3,4,5,6.
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