A small community college employs 58​ full-time faculty members. To gain the​ faculty's opinions about upcoming contract​ negotiations, the president of the faculty union wishes to obtain a simple random sample that will consist of 5 faculty members. She numbers the faculty 1 to 58. Using Table I from Appendix​ A, the president of the faculty union closes her eyes and drops her ink pen on the table. It points to the digits in row 1111​, column 7. Using this position as the starting point and proceeding​ downward, determine the numbers for the 5 faculty members included in the sample.

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This is insoluble unless you have Table 1 from Appendix A.

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