Mathematics, 12.11.2019 03:31, Daud2020

# You are using the table of random digits to choose a simple random sample of 6 students from a class of 30 students. you label the students 01 to 30 in alphabetical order. line 133 of table b is given below.

line 133: 45740 41807 65561 33302 07051 93623 18132 09547

using this line of random digits, your sample contains the students labeled

04, 18, 07, 13, 02, 05

04, 18, 07, 13, 02, 07

30, 20, 31, 32, 09, 07

45, 74, 04, 18, 07, 65

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