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# 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

This Concepts introduces students to the binomial probability distribution.

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## The Binomial Probability Function

Guides you through an example using binomial distributions.

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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: Formula

Derives the formula for binomial distributions from an example.

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