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;Sample[ <List L>, <Size n>, <Boolean for replacement> ]
 
;Sample[ <List L>, <Size n>, <Boolean for replacement> ]
 
:Returns list of ''n'' randomly chosen elements of ''L''. Elements can be chosen more times if and only if the last parameter is true.
 
:Returns list of ''n'' randomly chosen elements of ''L''. Elements can be chosen more times if and only if the last parameter is true.
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==CAS Syntax==
 
==CAS Syntax==
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;Sample[ <List L>, <Size n> ]
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:Returns list of ''n'' randomly chosen elements of ''L''; elements can be chosen more times.
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;Sample[ <List L>, <Size n>, <Boolean for replacement> ]
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:Returns list of ''n'' randomly chosen elements of ''L''. Elements can be chosen more times if and only if the last parameter is true.
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{{example|1=<code>Sample[{1, 2, 3, 4, 5}, 5, true]</code> yields for example ''{2,3,3,4,5}''.}}

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Sample[ <List L>, <Size n> ]
Returns list of n randomly chosen elements of L; elements can be chosen more times.
Sample[ <List L>, <Size n>, <Boolean for replacement> ]
Returns list of n randomly chosen elements of L. Elements can be chosen more times if and only if the last parameter is true.

CAS Syntax

Sample[ <List L>, <Size n> ]
Returns list of n randomly chosen elements of L; elements can be chosen more times.
Sample[ <List L>, <Size n>, <Boolean for replacement> ]
Returns list of n randomly chosen elements of L. Elements can be chosen more times if and only if the last parameter is true.
Example: Sample[{1, 2, 3, 4, 5}, 5, true] yields for example {2,3,3,4,5}.
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