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Samuel is researching what happens during family dinners in his town. He asks five of his friends about a typical evening. Which of the following is not true?

1)His friends are the sample.
2)The population is all families in his town.
3)He used convenience sampling.
4)The town is a unit in the study.

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    Town is the population.

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