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Use the row of numbers shown below to generate 12 random numbers between 01 and 99. 78038 18022 84755 23146 12720 70910 49732 79606 Starting at the beginning of the row, what are the first 12 numbers between 01 and 99 in the sample?

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asked 2021-05-19
Use the row of numbers shown below to generate 12 random numbers between 01 and 99.
78038 18022 84755 23146 12720 70910 49732 79606
Starting at the beginning of the row, what are the first 12 numbers between 01 and 99 in the sample?

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2021-05-20
Starting from first digit of the row we need to pair two digits. Following are the 12 random numbers generated by given row:
78 , 03, 81, 80, 22, 84, 75, 52, 31, 46, 12, 72
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