 # Classwork Assignment Chapter 5.xlsx - Binomial Ditribution...

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Binomial DitributionPage 276, #33Consider a binomial experiment with n=20 and p=-.70Computea. f(12)0.114397b. f(16)0.130421c. P(x<=15)0.762492d. P(x>=16)0.237508e. E(x)14f. Variance4.2St.Dev2.04939
a. f(12)0.1143967b. f(16)0.130421c. P(x<=150.7624922d. P(x>=160.2375078e. E(x)14f. Variance4.2St.Dev2.0493902
Page 277, #41A university found that 20% of itsstatistics course. Assume that 20p=0.2n=20a. P(x<=2)0.206085b. P(x=4)0.218199c. P(x>3) = 1 - P(X<=3)0.588551d. E(x) = n*p4
s students withdraw without completing the introductorystudents registered for the course.a. Compute the probability that 2 or fewer will withdb. Compute the probability that exactly 4 will withdrac. Compute the probability that more than 3 wil withd. Compute the expected number of withdrawals
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p=0.2n=20a. P(x<=2)0.20608b. P(x=4)0.2182c. P(x>3) = 1 - P(X<=3)0.58855d. E(x) = n*p4
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n18p0.42xp(x)
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Probability theory, 20, Cumulative distribution function, 4 0, bility Distribution
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