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Multinomial Distribution

Multinomial Distribution

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A multinomial distribution and a binomial distribution are the same in three of the four criterions.  The only difference is that a multinomial distribution has more than 2 possible outcomes, while a binomial distribution has only 2 outcomes.

 

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fraction numerator 10 factorial over denominator 4 factorial 3 factorial 2 factorial 1 factorial end fraction left parenthesis 0.4 to the power of 4 right parenthesis left parenthesis 0.35 cubed right parenthesis left parenthesis 0.15 squared right parenthesis left parenthesis 0.10 to the power of 1 right parenthesis equals 0.031

 

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fraction numerator 10 factorial over denominator 10 factorial 0 factorial 0 factorial 0 factorial end fraction left parenthesis 0.4 to the power of 10 right parenthesis left parenthesis 0.35 to the power of 0 right parenthesis left parenthesis 0.15 to the power of 0 right parenthesis left parenthesis 0.10 to the power of 0 right parenthesis equals 0.0001