The Binomial Distribution

Statistics
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Sep 29th, 2015

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the binomial distribution for r successful trials in n trials is given by :

nCr (p)^r (1-p)^n-r


so.

1. 5C1 (0.05)^1 * (0.95)^4

2. 5C2 (0.5) ^1 * (0.5)^4

3. 10C5 (0.75)^5 * (0.25)^5

4. not possible because 12 > 10

5. 10C8 (0.66)^8 * (0.34)^2    -  10C6 (0.66)^5 * (0.34)^3

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