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Get Full Access to Statistics For Business And Economics - 12 Edition - Chapter 1 - Problem 14e
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Suppose that a population contains 200,000 experimental

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Problem 14E

Problem 14E

Suppose that a population contains 200,000 experimental units. Use a random number generator to select a simple random sample of n = 10 units from the population.

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Step 1 of 1

Suppose that a population contains  experiment units.

Use a random number generator to select a simple random sample of  units from the population.

Since we are generating the random numbers, answers will vary.

Using Microsoft Excel we can generate 10 random numbers on the interval from

Hence the 10 numbers selected for the random sample are:

 Random numbers 111878 155726 49681 73065 82945 194721 7480 54661 180485 126725

Step 2 of 1

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