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    Pseudo-random Numbers

    Ten Un(0,1) pseudo-random numbers are:

    0:356 0:653 0:109 0:065 0:493
    0:026 0:582 0:871 0:132 0:998

    Use these to simulate ten Bi(6,0:7) observations.

    completely stuck on this question, any help is much appreciated.
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    Hi, I think this link may help you. You can use the inverse transform method to simulate these values using the random numbers you already have.

    Inverse Transform Method
    (example 4 - "Inverse Transform Method for simulating discrete random variables" section)
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