Countable? For each of the following, categorize the nature of the data using one of these three descriptions: (1) Discrete because the number of possible values is finite; (2) discrete because the number of possible values is infinite and countable; (3) continuous because the number of possible values is infinite and not countable. a. Exact braking distances of cars, measured on a scale from 100 ft to 200 ft b. Braking distances of cars, measured on a scale from 100 ft to 200 ft and rounded to the nearest foot c. The numbers of students now in statistics classes d. The number of attempts required to roll a single die and get an outcome of 7

Step-by-step solution Step 1 of 4 (a) The data for the exact braking distance of cars measured on scale from 100 ft to 200 ft is continuous because the number of possible values is infinite and not countable. There is infinitely many values between 100 ft to 200 ft when measuring the distance, so it is not countable.