CSN - ECON 261 - BINOMIAL PROB_ABILITY DISTRIBUTION EXAMPLE

# CSN - ECON 261 - BINOMIAL PROB_ABILITY DISTRIBUTION EXAMPLE...

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BINOMIAL PROB_ABILITY DISTRIBUTION EXAMPLE (Discrete Random Variable) (\-= ::Wof-ttG\ ct{Js n () t- Q= ~RO\? ;)f 9J(tec;C:, 'V( i-¥-)--=- C '(_ ? I(_ (I-?) - \C;-¢ t)~:':iXtE'S~ Sixty percent of households in the United States own a video game console (U.S. Census Survey). You randomly select six households and ask them if they own a video game console. What is the probability that two of
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• Fall '09
• WRIGHT
• Homework, Probability distribution, CSN, Probability theory, ECON 261, PRINCIPLE OF STATISTIC, Discrete probability distribution, Video game console

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