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# 8.4) How many different samples of size 2 can be drawn from a finite population of size (a) 4; (b) 6; (c) 12; (d) 18; (e) 400?

8.4) How many different samples of size 2 can be drawn from a finite population of size

(a) 4;

(b) 6;

(c) 12;

(d) 18;

(e) 400?

8.12) Two hundard sales have been recorded by salespersons on sale slips consecutively numbered from 201 to 400, inclusive. If an auditor wants to randomly select six of them for verification, which ones would be chosen by using the 11th, 12th, and 13th columns of the table in figure 8.1 going down the page and starting with the 10th row?

8.14) A laboratory supply warehouse stores its inventory of 6,429 items in bins, compartment and spaces that are consecutively numbered 0001, 0002,....., 6,428, and 6,429. To check the perpetual inventory of items that is maintained by computer, the manager decides to randomly select 20 storage spaces and manually count the items in them. Which of the bins, compartments, and spaces will be selected if the manager uses the 26th, 27th and 29th columns of the tables in figure 8.1 going down the page and staring with the first row?