### Solution:

We know that the radius of a circle is defined as the distance between its centre and its boundary.

Using the definition, we have three-line segments that satisfy the radius definition.

So, the radii of the given figure are OA, OB, OC.

As a result, the three radii are OA, OB, and OC.

We know that a circle's chord is defined as a line segment formed by connecting two points on the circle.

Using the definition of a chord, we can see that two line segments are formed by connecting the two points on the circle, which are ED,AC.

As a result, the chords of the given figure are ED,AC.

Let’s take two random point, then the figure is,

A sector is defined as a region formed by two radii along the arc formed by the circle's radii.

Now, using the definition of a sector, we have four sectors formed by two radii and an arc of the radii:

(1) OAYB

(2) OBC

(3) OAEDC

(4) OABC.

We can see that the sectors mentioned above are all sectors.

We know that a segment is defined as a region of the circle that is cut off by the chord.

Using the definition of a segment, we now have some segments from the figure.

(1) EXD, (2) EABCD, (3) AEDC, and (4) ABC

We can say that the segments mentioned above are all segments.

Hence, the correct option is 2.

Hence, the radii, chord, sector and segment are seen. So, the given statement is false.