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# Whether the statement is true or false. Rewrite it as a true statement if it is false. # Whether the statement is true or false. Rewrite it as a true statement if it is false.

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Random variables asked 2020-12-30
Whether the statement is true or false. Rewrite it as a true statement if it is false.

## Answers (1) 2020-12-31
A continuous random variable is obtained from the data that is measured rather than counted, Also, the discrete random variables are often counted.
Hence, the given statement is false.
Thus, the correct statement is, “In most of the applications, the continuous random variables are obtained from the measured data while the discrete random variables are obtained from the counted data.

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