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Sorry about that! I'm plotting it for N=8 and M=3,4,5, and 6 when P_FA = 1 x 10^-6
Let me know if that was the right information. Thanks again so much!

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>   What I need to know is, what quantity in your expression is it that varies so as to make it a multi-valued expression?  Is it the lower summation limit M, the value N, or the quantity 'P_fa' (hopefully not more than one of these)?
> 
> Roger Stafford