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

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[Finite population correction(FPC)] Did I discover “FPC(\(H^n_r\))”?

talkstats members are knowledgeable.
Anybody knows there is any precursor already published FPC(\(H^n_r\)).
The journals rejected my paper.

Finite population correction FPC(\(H^n_r\)) - samples drawn in repeated combinations
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/User:HKIDz404520(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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Dason

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Your question isn't clear to me at all. Would you mind elaborating and providing a few more details as to what you're looking for?
 
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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.
 
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Dason

Ambassador to the humans
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You're not going to get far if you going to rely on notation that isn't common. I consider myself to be fairly intelligent but I don't know what you're talking about. If you want feedback then try to make it easy for the your audience (us) to understand what you're actually asking about.