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Calculate the FPCF for each sample and population size. Can the population be considered effectively infinite in each case? **(Round your answers to 4 decimal places.)**

FPCF | Effectively infinite? | |

(a) N = 400, n = 13 |
(Click to select) Yes No | |

(b) N = 270, n = 17 |
(Click to select) Yes No | |

(c) N = 1,580, n = 250 |
(Click to select) Yes No | |

Step 1

(a) The FPCF is:

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Step 2

(b) The FPCF is:

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