# MTH156 Bernoulli Process Discussion

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A binomial random variable X is defined as the number of successes achieved in the n trials of a Bernoulli process. Describe an event in your life that fits the properties of a Bernoulli process, being sure to explain how each property is met by your event. Finally, state the number of trials and the number of successes for your event. Be specific.

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Bernoulli Process

Bernoulli trials refers to an experiment or trial with only two possible outcomes, which can

be classified as either success or failure (Baillon et al. 352). A constant repetition of this trials is

generally termed as Bernoulli process, though a number of conditions needs to be satisfied. Firstly,

the trials should be independent from each other. In other words, each event should not be

influenced by the previous even...

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