Determining Binomial Probability Distribution

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This a sample of creating a binomial experiment other than flipping a coin a certain number of times. I derive the binomial probability distribution function and the Bernoulli trial.

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Determining Binomial Probability DistributionCreate an example of a binomial experiment (other than flipping a coin a certain numberof times).State how p would be calculated and what x represents.Binomial Probability Distribution Function:The probability of obtaining x successes in n independent trials of a binomial experiment wherethe probability of success is p is derived as:n-xP(X=x) = nCx px (1-p)X = 0, 1, 2.,nSuppose a company, let us call it Nykis Systems and Research carries out a survey on 10 familiesin a local area to find out the likelihood of if they are aware of the brand name Huaweismartphone in the market.For this type of experiment the common element is that, the outcome is classified into one of twoevents. That is to say, the outcome can be either the subject knows the brand name or not.Knowledge labeled as success and not knowing as

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