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19.5.1 Introduction and theory
19.5.3 Answers to exercises
In this Unit, we shall be concerned, \ufb01rstly, with probability problems having onlytwo events (which are mutually exclusive and independent), although many trials may be possible. For example, the pairs of events could be \u201cup and down\u201d, \u201cblack and white\u201d, \u201cgood and bad\u201d, and, in general, \u201csuccessful and unsuccessful\u201d.
(iv) Inany number,n, of trials, the probabilities that there will be exactly 0, exactly 1, exactly 2, exactly 3,...... or exactlyn successes are the respective terms in the binomial expansion of the expression
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