# Binomial Distributions and Probability

## P(X successes in 'n' trials): P(X=a) = nCa x p^a x q^(n-a)

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## Binomial Distributions and Probability

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Covers binomial distributions.
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## Binomial Distributions and Probability

This Concepts introduces students to the binomial probability distribution.
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## Binomial Distributions and Probability

This Concepts introduces students to the binomial probability distribution.
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## Binomial Distributions and Probability

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Covers binomial distributions.
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Binomial Distributions and Probability Interactive
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## Binomial Distributions and Probability Principles

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## Binomial Distributions and Probability Examples

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## Introduction to Binomial Distributions

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Introduces binomial distributions and how to use them to find the probability of random variables.
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## The Binomial Probability Function

Guides you through an example using binomial distributions.
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## Binomial Distributions - Overview

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Overview
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## Binomial Distributions: Properties

Uses a bulls-eye example to illustrate the properties of binomial distributions.
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## Binomial Distributions - Example 1

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Constructing and Interpreting Binomial Distributions
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## Binomial Distributions: Formula

Derives the formula for binomial distributions from an example.
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## A Glimpse at Binomial Distributions Lesson Plan

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This lesson plan covers A Glimpse at Binomial Distributions and includes Teaching Tips, Common Errors, Differentiated Instruction, Enrichment, and Problem Solving.
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## Binomial Distributions and Probability Discussion Questions

A list of student-submitted discussion questions for Binomial Distributions and Probability.
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## Binomial Distributions

Students will investigate, "If you are at a party hanging out with friends, how likely is it that the people in your group have an STD?" They will use their knowledge of binomial distribution to answer the previous question.
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