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Explains binomial distributions and illustrates the appearance of a binomial probability distribution.
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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.
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. Answer Key.
This is a fun simulation showing a simple binomial experiment. A success (p) is when the ball bounces to the right. If you adjust p, you can see the pegs tilt to the left or right. The distribution is shown below. Does it match what you expect?
Binomial experiment, binomial probability, binomial coefficient, and characteristics of the binomial probability distribution are covered in this study guide.
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