Benford's Law (also known as first digit law or law of anomalous numbers) states that in real life sets of data the frequency distribution of leading digit follows a particular order. E.g.the digit 1 tends to occur approximately 30% of the times while the digit 9 tends to occur less than 5% of the times.
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