BSEC 10-4 - P(X)=p(1-p)^x-1 Poisson Distribution 1 Main...

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Binomial Distribution 1. Main Concern: x=# of successes among N Trials x=RV with all possible values (0,1,2…) P(X)= N!/X!(n-x)! p^x(1-p)^n-x Geometric Distribution 1. Main Concern: X=Trial number on which the first success occurs X=RV with all possible values (1,2,3…)
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Unformatted text preview: P(X)=p(1-p)^x-1 Poisson Distribution 1. Main Concern: X=# of times some event may occur during a period of time X=RV with all possible values (0,1,2,3…) P(X)=u^x e^-u / X! e-2.71828...
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