The names in this question were chosen by @NclNumbas at random, based on ONS data.

Teachers: how many of these names have you used before in questions you've set?

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@NclNumbas for those who want names but not Numbas, here's a standalone name picker:

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@NclNumbas Following feedback from @Cshearer41 and some colleagues, I've updated the "random people" extension: it now represents non-binary people better, there are functions to pick people with a given initial or distinct initials, and it's easy to use a different country's data set

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@NclNumbas @Cshearer41 Here's a question that uses French data from @InseeFr:…

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