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In order to subject their cash registers to random audit, suppose we want to select a random sample of three people from this group of cashiers.
Bonita, Chandra, Earl, Glenda, Homer, Jamal, Kendra, Maria, Oscar, Reshonda.

How do I use a random number table?

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    Since there are 10 choices, I'd just use the nth digit of 3 numbers chosen from the random number table. which n depends on how many digits in each entry; just make sure all use the same n.

    Or maybe add up the digits and take the last digit of the sum.

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