If you wanted to compare the temperature of 10 batches of bread dough, you would collect: a) countable data b) countable and measurable data c) measurable data d) none of the above

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If you wanted to compare the temperature of 10 batches of bread dough, you would collect: a) countable data b) countable and measurable data c) measurable data d) none of the above

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hmmm..... discrete data is countable; continuous data is measureable. Temperature is a standard example of continuous data. But I gotta wonder about this really
Id say 'c' as my best guess
D is the answer.

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why D?
need to collect and add temperatures to compare.
add temps?
Find the temps. of the bread and compare by subtracting.
ok... and you choose none of the above..... i cant see how that relates yet
temperature is measurable; if it F and C scale its intervals; and if th eK scale it can be a ratioed amount ....
if your not sure, try to figure it out using different ways.
the measurable difference between 10 degrees and 15 degrees is 5 degrees right?

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