So electron goes to lower energy state and emits photon with a specific wavelength. There are 7 electron cores, so 6!, or 720 different types of possible jumps. If all light is made from these 720 possible components, is how can there be infinite amount of wavelengths? Are we just inaccurately measuring a mixture of these 720 components with different offsets and concluding the pool is continuous and not set of discreet components? If not then how are the wavelengths in between formed?