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Binomial Probability

Binomial Probability

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Author: Shirley Beil
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Tutorial

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Examples 1 and 2

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Example 3

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Example 4

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Examples 5

The computations in Part a) are correct but it should have been labeled as
"p(0 out of 8 hits)" instead of "p(3 out of 8 hits)"

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Probability Distributions

In the first histogram, the base of the first bar should have been drawn from .5 to 1.5 and NOT 0 to 1.5.
In the second histogram, the base of the first bar should have been from -.5 to .5 (The vertical axis was misplaced).
The last sentence should have been "This is the typical shape of a histogram for a binomial distribution".