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Whenever auditors use sampling, they risk making incorrect conclusions about the population. The risk that the auditor concludes that controls are more effective than they actually are is known as the

▸ risk of overreliance.

▸ risk of underreliance.

▸ risk that the sample is not representative of the population.

▸ risk that the sample conclusions cannot be useful because of nonprobability sampling.
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