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The Binomial The BinomialDistributionsDistributions

Many random variables seen in practice amount toMany random variables seen in practice amount tocounting the number of successes incounting the number of successes in
independentindependentobservations, such as:observations, such as:
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he number of doubles in four rolls of a pair of
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he number of doubles in four rolls of a pair of dice.dice.
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he number of patients with type A blood in a
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he number of patients with type A blood in arandom sample of 10 patients.random sample of 10 patients.
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he number of defective items in a sample of 20
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he number of defective items in a sample of 20items.items.

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hese situations are called ´binomialµ because
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hese situations are called ´binomialµ becauseeach trial has two possible outcomes:each trial has two possible outcomes:´successµ or ´failureµ´successµ or ´failureµ

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