# Binomial Distribution.

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A binomial distribution is a statistical process or procedure of calculating the likelihood or probability of a success (victory) or failure (defeat) outcome in any experiment or survey that is repeated numerous times.

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Application of a binomial distributionBinomial DistributionA binomial distribution is a statistical process or procedure of calculating the likelihood or probability of a success (victory) or failure (defeat) outcome in any experiment or survey that is repeated numerous times. n is the first variable in the formula of the binomial distribution and it means the number of times the process is repeated and p is the second variable which represents probability of a certain result [Statistics How to (2015].An Application of the Binomial DistributionBinomial Distribution can be used to measure the positive effect or relief of any medication. Suppose 80% patients said they got freedom or relief from allergy after using a particular medicine. If this medicine is given to ten new patients with same disease then what is the probability or likelihood that it will be affective to seven? For this purpose, we will apply a binomial procedure to conform the claim of patients that is 80% success. Number of experiments or observation will be n is equal to 10 (n=10) as there are ten patients. Positive or required interested x number of events are seven

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