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posted by Sue .
How many simple random samples, SRS's, are possible of size 40 from a population of size 5000?
(express in scientific notation 4 sign. figures)
* I'm not sure how to start off.

If the samples are not replaced, 5000/40 = 125.0 = 1.250 *10^2
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