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At 21:01 14/07/2013 +0000, Toki "Jonathan" Kantoor wrote:
10^RAND generates a set of random numbers that does _not_ adhere to Benford's Law.

Incidentally, if you would like your random numbers in binary instead of decimal, I can provide an even easier formula for the initial digit of Benford's Law variates:

Brian Barker

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