Binomial Probability Distribution Definition

A binomial probability distribution is a procedure that must meet the following:

  • Fixed number of trials
  • Trials are independent
  • Only 2 possible outcomes for all trials.
    Example: True|False, Yes|No, Success|Failure
  • The probability of a success and failure remains consistent for all trials.
  • 1 = q+p   or  1-p=1

Learn how to solve Binomial Distribution TI-84 | TI-83 by following through the guide or use the Binomial Distribution Formula to solve it by hand.

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Last Modified on February 18, 2013 by JoeStat

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