Question: Suppose you wanted to simulate the birthdays month and day

Suppose you wanted to simulate the birthdays (month and day, not year) of the five children in one family. For each child, you tell the computer to choose a number from 1 to 366. This covers all possibilities including February 29.
a. Would you tell the computer to make all 366 choices equally likely? Explain.
b. How would you assign the results to birthdays? For example, what number would correspond with a birthday of December 31?
c. Would it make sense to tell the computer to allow the same number to be chosen twice or not to allow that? Explain.

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