The brightness of a lightbulb (in watts) in which type of variable?
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do you not understand the meaning of the answers, or the meaning of the values the brightness can be?
continuous variable for [Watts] means that it can be any value,
discrete variables, are not continuous, some watt values will be left out,
or is there some quantum mechanical rule of light that it is discrete, idk
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i think i get it not really that sure
`or is there some quantum mechanical rule of light that it is discrete`
I think you're overthinking things @DanJS
I think it's simply continuous because you can have 100 W or 101 W or anything in between (100.5 W or 100.005 W and so on)