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# Suppose n = 6, and p = 0. How would I find the following a.) P(x = 0) b.) P(x = 1) c.) P(x = 2) d.) P(x = 3) e.) P(x = 4) f.) P(x = 5) g.) P(x = 6) h....

Suppose n = 6, and p = 0.80. How would I find the following

a.) P(x = 0)

b.) P(x = 1)

c.) P(x = 2)

d.) P(x = 3)

e.) P(x = 4)

f.)  P(x = 5)

g.) P(x = 6)

h.) the sum of probabilities calculated in parts (a) through (g)

i.)  the population mean μ for this probability distribution

j.)  the population standard deviation σ for this probability distribution

a.) P(X = 0) = 0.000064 b.) P(X = 1) = 0.001536 c.) P(X = 2) = 0.01536 d.) P(X = 3)... View the full answer

X P(X) a 0 0.0001 b 1 0.0015 c 2 0.0154 d 3 0.0819 e 4... View the full answer

x ---------Pr[X = x] 0----------- 0.0001 1 ----------... View the full answer

(a) P (x =0) = 0.000064 (b) P (x =1) = 0.001536 (c) P (x = 2) = 0.01536 (d) P (x = 3) = 0.08192 (e) P (x = 4) =... View the full answer

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