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How can data analysts use the "Table of random numbers" to achieve random sampling?
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Random sampling can also be done by use of random sampling numbers. These consist of ten digit from 0 to 9 , obtained by chance (randomly) by use of computer A number of random tables have been developed, among which are:

a) Toppett's table of random number;
b) Fisher and Yates numbers; and
c) Kendall and Babington Smith numbers. These tables eliminate bias when a sample is obtained from a given sampling frame.
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