In question Number 11 were given a situation where we have a sample. We have to sample high school students and we have a total of 40 students. So we want to use table D in our textbook to choose five different students to sample. Well, we're also explain clearly the method that we would use to use their table of random digits to select those five students. So whenever you're asked to explain how to use the table of random digits, you need to be so detailed that whoever can read your writing can copy your method and get the exact same results. So here we go. All right. Since there are 40 students, we're gonna assign each student a number between 01 and 40. Now, it's important here that we assign each student a two digit number because there's 40 total students, 40 being a two digit number. We should also treat the single digit values one through nine. I'm sorry. Zero through not actually as two digit numbers. Now you can start at 00 If you would like and go through 39 you could start a 01 and go through 40 either one is okay, As long as you have 40 values that you can choose from, then we're gonna be detailed here saying, moving left to right on table d. Look at H two digit value. If the value is within the range of 012 40 we're going to select the number and continue until four other values between 01 and 40 are selected. This also brings up the idea of repeated values. Um, in any other numbers that aren't in our range and we have to mention what we're gonna do with those values. So I'm gonna say skip repeated numbers, which means we're sampling without replacement. We're also going to skip 00 because we're not including that one 41 through 99. This is gonna take care of any two digit number that's not in our range. When five numbers air selected figure out which students were assigned those numbers in order to create the sample in Part B, were asked to use Line 107 on Table D, which is the table of random digits to select the sample were given the list of students in our textbook. We're gonna label those students zero went through 40 just like the instructions above, say, and they're labeled, um, they're listed alphabetically, so we're gonna number them also alphabetically. So, uh, I'm sorry, numerically. So, um, the very first student alphabetically is gonna be the very first student numerically, and that's how we're gonna label it. So I've recorded the random numbers that were in table D here and starting that line 107 We're gonna look at every two digit number, so 82 is not in a range. Eso We're gonna skip that 73. Skip, we're gonna connect the night in the five because we're not gonna skip any number. We can't use 95 can't you? 78 Nanny, We're gonna go through this process until we confined five numbers that we can actually use. So 20 there we go. There's one 80. Cannot use no. 74 no. 75. We can use 11. No, 2 81 67 or 65? No, 2 53. Now there's a 00 If you started with that, you could use it. We did not start with that. No. 94 38 38. Looks good. We can use 38 here. There's also a 31 kind of looks strange being separated, but we can use the 31 40 eight's outside of our range 93 outside of the range. So now we've reached the end of line 107 Whenever we reached the end of 1107 we can go down the line 108 and continued the same process 60 No. 24 07 which should be our fifth value. And we can use that. So, using this process, we selected values 20 11, 38 31 and 07 And these five numbers correspond to students Johnson, Drezen, Washburn writer and Calloway.