# BINOMIAL DISTRIBUTION

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I. Explain the term Bernoulli’s process. (What is meant by Binomial distribution? Give some practical conditions in which binomial distribution are applicable.). Give three examples.A random experiment, which has a finite number of trials and each trial has only two possible outcomes that is: the outcome has a particular attribute A or does not have the

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BINOMIAL DISTRIBUTIONI. Explain the term Bernoullis process. (What is meant by Binomial distribution? Give some practical conditions in which binomial distribution are applicable.). Give three examples.A random experiment, which has a finite number of trials and each trial has only two possible outcomes that is: the outcome has a particular attribute A or does not have the attribute A. Having the attribute A is called success. If probability P of getting success from trial to trial remains constant and the trials are statistically independent then such an experiment is termed as Berno

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