# Maths

For this question, use the copy of the Random Number table provided at the end of this AAT. (This table was
copied from page 111 in the Textbook.)
Select 48 values according to the following criteria.
o The first thirty (30) numbers must lie in the range from 48 to 58 inclusive.
o The next ten (10) numbers must lie in the range from 30 to 70 inclusive.
o The remaining eight (8) numbers must lie in the range from 50 to 95 inclusive.
Note: Repeated values are possible and must be included if they occur.

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