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A company has 1000 employees, of whom 58% are men and 42% are women. The research department at the company wanted to conduct a quick survey by selecting a sample of 50 employees and asking them about their opinions on an issue. They divided the population of employees into two groups, men and women, and then selected 29 men and 21 women from these respective groups. The interviewers were free to choose any 29 men and 21 women they wanted. What kind of sample is it? Explain.


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