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    [Finite population correction(FPC)] Did I discover “FPC(nHr)”?

    TSR members are knowledgeable.
    Anybody knows there is any precursor already published FPC(H^n_r).

    Finite population correction FPC(H^n_r) - samples drawn in repeated combinations
    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/UserKIDz404520(4)

    FPC(H^n_r) is the H^n_r version analogous to general FPC.

    I don't know if FPC(H^n_r) is trivial. Because it does not need advanced mathematics to obtain FPC(H^n_r).
    All necessary mathematical steps are developed during the proof of old FPC.

    Even FPC(H^n_r) is really found by me. It would just be a rather low-grade discovery.

    But I hope this discovery will save me.

    Thank thank everyone
 
 
 
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