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How do you determine whether the quantitative variable is discrete or continuous given the length of a piece of string?
The length of a piece of string is a continuous variable.
It can have any value, with a accuracy that only depends on the method of measuring.
Opposed to that are discrete variables, such as the number of glass marbles in a bag - they are countable , and we don't allow halves, or thirds.