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Can you tell me if I have gotten this correct? If not can you tell me what direction I should going to?

An economics quiz contains seven ​multiple-choice questions. Let x represent the number of questions a student answers correctly.

Total questions = 7
Let x be the number of questions a student answers correctly

a. Is x a continuous or discrete random​ variable?
Ans: Hence X is finite value and X is discrete variable.

b. What are the possible values of​ x?
Ans: x=0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7
​(Use a comma to separate answers as needed. Use ascending​ order.)
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>> Can you tell me if I have gotten this correct?
You have the answers correct except for the capitalizations of x/X.

For example:
>>  Is x a continuous or discrete random​ variable?
should be:
 Is X a continuous or discrete random​ variable?
since lowercase x is defined by:
>> x represent the number of questions a student answers correctly
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