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A researcher wishes to find out whether giving a student $1 million in cash will improve or ruin the student's grades in school. A high school class consists of the eight students numbered in the following list. 0 Juanita 1 Tuan 2 Harry 3 Greta 4 William 5 Hiroshi 6 Betty 7 Jane Help the researcher by using the line from a table of random numbers, shown below, to assign four of these students to the treatment group. 39661 55832 02589 52612 25414 19879 60880 30641 55259 35324 Which students go in the treatment group?

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  1. anonymous
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    what are the numbers supposed to represent?

  2. dumbcow
    • 5 years ago
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    i guess look for the numbers associated with each student to appear in the line of random digits, first 4 to appear are chosen Greta Betty Tuan Hiroshi

  3. anonymous
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    I am not sure if this works thought, but I propose dividing each random number by 8, and finding the remainder (modulo function) until you get the numbers associated with the four students. So, 39661%8 , 55832%8 .. etc. until u get four distinct numbers that are associated to the students

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