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Which of the following statements is not correct regarding probabilistic and nonprobabilistic sample selection?

▸ In probabilistic selection, every population item has a known chance of being selected.

▸ It is acceptable to evaluate a nonprobabilistic sample using statistical methods.

▸ Probabilistic selection is required for all statistical sampling methods.

▸ Both probabilistic and nonprobabilistic methods are acceptable and commonly used.
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