Suppose we want to take a poll of the attitudes of senior citizens in the State of Washington. Using this example, describe in your own words how you would go about determining this through:a. Drawing a random sample b.b. Drawing a systematic sample c.c. Drawing a convenience sample &The â€œaverageâ€ is a commonly reported statistic. This single bit of information can be very informative or very misleading, with the mean and median being the two most commonly reported. The mean is a useful measure, but it can be misleading. Describe a circumstance when the mean is very useful as the average and a circumstance when the mean is very misleading as the average.