Previously, people often used tables of random numbers (for example, when they did not have access to a computer with the necessary statistical software). Such tables can be found in almost any textbook on statistics. M. Kadyrov's book "Tables of random numbers" contains 2000 four-digit pseudo-random numbers. The first digit turned out to be zero for 160, three for 247, six for 191, nine for 185 (the remaining 1217 numbers began with other numbers). Should I use such a table?

I don’t know how can I start solving it?