Introductory Statistics 9th Edition

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Chapter 5 - Section 5.4 - The Binomial Probability Distribution - Exercises - Page 202: 5.26


Binomial experiment is an experiment that contains n identical trials such that each of these n trials has only two possible outcomes (or events), the probabilities of these two outcomes or events remain constant for each trials, and the trials are independent. A trial represents each repetition of a binomial experiment. A binomial random variable is a discrete random variable and each trial of the experiment must result in one of two possible outcomes.

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