Binomial Distribution 2 Notes Spring

Binomial Distribution 2 Notes Spring - Binomial...

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Binomial Distribution 7 of 12 Question 10 . Find the standard deviation σ of the binomial distribution. Question 11 . What does the standard deviation represent? Question 12 . What would be the usual number of successes we would expect using the Empirical Rule? Visualizing μ and σ 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 0.0 0.1 0.2 0.3 0.4 P binom ( x , n = 10 , p = 0.44444 29 x P binom ( x 29 Anthony Tanbakuchi MAT167
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8 of 12 1.3 Binomial distribution MORE EXAMPLES Determine if the binomial distribution applies to the following questions: Question 13 . Find the probability of 3 left handed students when randomly selecting 10 students from a class of 100 where 12 of them are left handed without replacement. Question 14 . Find the probability of 3 left handed students when randomly selecting 5 students from a class of 100 where 12 of them are left handed without replacement. Question 15 . 2% of Americans are ambidextrous. Find the probability of 3 ambidextrous students when randomly selecting 10 students from a class of 100 without replacement. Example 2 (A worked out problem.) . 2% of Americans are ambidextrous. Find the probability of 3 ambidextrous students when randomly selecting 10 students from a class of 100 without replacement. (1) Binomial distribution applies (2) Find parameters.
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