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Charlotte wants to conduct a survey to find out if the people in her town think that the town should build a new library. Which group of people would be a representative sample to survey?
A. parents with children in middle school
B. every twenty-fifth name in the town's census directory
C. students with home computers
D. people who work for book manufacturers

I think it's A, but I don't know for sure

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    A is not a representative sample of the "people in her town."

    Which is the only sample that will provide an unbiased point of view?

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    B. every twenty-fifth name in the town's census directory

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    Right!

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    Thank you!!

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    You're welcome.

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