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Discrete distribution is the result of counting something.  (Lind, et al., 2011)

The values of this distribution are clearly separated values.  The values can be fractional or decimal, or even a negative value.  These values are separated and have distance between them. 

Examples are scores of a game; number of heads in a coin toss; number of students earning a particular grade; or the number of ads seen in a specific time.
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