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Discrete and continuous measurements - Higher - Test

State whether the following are discrete or continuous variables:

1.

The number of people in a record shop.

2.

The height of a CD rack.

3.

The length of tape in a cassette.

4.

The number of tracks on a CD.

The number of people at a party is given as 180, correct to the nearest 20. What's the lowest and highest possible number of people at the party?

5.

Lowest

6.

Highest

The weight of a biscuit is given as 12.5g, correct to the nearest 0.5g. There are 12 biscuits in a packet. Between which limits does the weight of a packet lie?

7.

Lower limit
g

8.

Lower limit
g