Assume that we want to identify a simple random sample
Assume that we want to identify a simple random sample of 12 of the 372 doctors practicing in a particular city. The doctors’ names are available from a local medical organization. Use the eighth column of five-digit random numbers in Table 7.1 to identify the 12 doctors for the sample. Ignore the first two random digits in each five-digit grouping of the random numbers. This process begins with random number 108 and proceeds down the column of random numbers.

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