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You need to select a simple random sample of four

You need to select a simple random sample of four from eight friends who will participate in a survey. Assume the friends are numbered 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, and 8.

Select four friends, using the two lines of numbers in the next column from a random number table. Read off each digit, skipping any digit not assigned to one of the friends. The sampling is without replacement, meaning that you cannot select the same person twice. Write down the numbers chosen. The first person is number 7.

Which four friends are chosen?

Select four friends, using the two lines of numbers in the next column from a random number table. Read off each digit, skipping any digit not assigned to one of the friends. The sampling is without replacement, meaning that you cannot select the same person twice. Write down the numbers chosen. The first person is number 7.

Which four friends are chosen?

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