# Need math help with a Random Digits Survey

Dec 13th, 2015
Steve1995
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Mathematics
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Question description

The administration would like to survey a random sample of juniors and seniors to obtain student opinion on a new policy there are considering. They are planning on talking to 12 students and would like the sample to be proportional to the number of students in each grade. The students in each grade are divided and labeled as shown.

Seniors: 001 – 500
Juniors: 501 - 750

Using the table of random digits to identify which juniors and seniors will be surveyed. Begin on line 116.

116  |  84307   05017     79713     19252     39557     15608     90737     81430
117  |  43887  37321     47413      50487    23703      66932    09024     19395
118  |  01178  69415     09264      17728    58858      76330    57712      66411
119  |  36748  24247     75430       36452    95641     00723    22490      51418
120  |  66805  86573     49093       14317    20330     09825    36777      82572

Seniors to be surveyed:

Juniors to be surveyed:

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