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Situations where there are exactly two possible Mutually Exclusive outcomes For examples:

- Yes/No to a survey question - Product is defective/not defective - Correct/Wrong response to a multiple choice question

There are a fixed number of trials, n

Each trial has exactly two Mutually Exclusive outcomes: Success (S) or Failure (F) The probability of success is the same in every trial The random variable is the number of successes in a given number of trials

P(S) = p

P(F) = q = 1 p

n = number of trials

x = number of successes

Binomial Distributions

Which of the following results in a binomial probability distribution? Determining whether each of a 3000 heart pacemakers is acceptable or defective Surveying people on their opinions of the current prime minister

Rolling a die twenty times and counting the number of times a 6 is rolled

Binomial Distributions

Which of the following results in a binomial probability distribution? Determining whether each of a 3000 heart pacemakers is acceptable or defective Yes Surveying people on their opinions of the current prime minister No

Rolling a die twenty times and counting the number of times a 6 is rolled Yes (6 or not 6)

Probability in a Binomial Distribution

P( x ) n C x p q

x n x

where p is the probability of success on any individual and independent trial and

For n independent trials, the expectation or

E ( X ) np

where p is the probability of success on any individual and independent trial and n is the number of trials

Example 1

Example 1

Example 1

Example 1

What about the probability of at least 8 involving an intoxicated driver?

Example 2

Tans family moves to an area with a different telephone exchange, so they have to get a new telephone number. Telephone numbers in the new exchange start with 466, and all combinations for the four remaining digits are equally likely. Tans favourite numbers are the prime numbers 2, 3, 5, and 7.

Find the probability distribution for the number of these prime digits in Tans new phone number

Example 2

The probability of an individual digit being a 2, 3, 5, or 7 is 0.4 (4 out of a choice of 10 digits) p = 0.4 and q = 0.6

Example 2

Tans family moves to an area with a different telephone exchange, so they have to get a new telephone number. Telephone numbers in the new exchange start with 466, and all combinations for the four remaining digits are equally likely. Tans favourite numbers are the prime numbers 2, 3, 5, and 7.

What is the expected number of these prime digits in the new telephone number?

Example 2

Using the formula for Expected Value

Example 2

Using the formula for Expected Value for any Probability Distribution will have the same result:

Example 3

A box of Smarties has different colours in it. There is a 15% chance of getting a blue Smartie. What is the probability that at least 4 Smarties in a given box are blue out of 10? What is the expected number of blue Smarties?

Example 3

A box of Smarties has different colours in it. There is a 15% chance of getting a blue Smartie. What is the probability that at least 4 Smarties in a given box are blue out of 10? P(at least 4 blue) = 1 p(0) p(1) p(2) p(3)

Example 3

A box of Smarties has different colours in it. There is a 15% chance of getting a blue Smartie. What is the expected number of blue Smarties? (i.e. out of the 10) E(X) = np = (10)(0.15) = 1.5

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