Is the "area of a playground" discrete or continuous? Why?
It is a continuous value.
A variable is discrete if it can take only a finite set of values, a continuous variable can take every real value from a specified interval.
An example of a discrete calue is the sum of values thrown on 2 dice
This variable is a discrete one because it can only take
The area of a playground can take any real value in an interval
The lower limit is geometrically defined. The area of a figure cannot be negative. The upper bound is only my supposition. I assume a playground is something small, so it cannot (in my opinion) be larger than