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### Binomial Distributions

Course: STA 2023, Spring 2012
School: FSU
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Distributions 1 ICEBREAKER Binomial EXAMPLE Let us suppose that you are planning to have three children. Would you like to have three boys? Or two boys and then a girl? Think of all the possible gender arrangements that you could be fortunate enough to have, and fill in the table below. We will assume that the probability of each child being a girl is 0.6. Gender Arrangement Probability (work) Probability...

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