# Question

Check in each case whether the condition for the binomial approximation to the hypergeometric distribution is satisfied:

(a) N = 200 and n = 12;

(b) N = 500 and n = 20;

(c) N = 640 and n = 30.

(a) N = 200 and n = 12;

(b) N = 500 and n = 20;

(c) N = 640 and n = 30.

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