a. n= 5, x=1, p=.2

b. n= 4, x=2, q=.4

c. n= 3, x=0, p=.7

d. n=5, x=3, p=.1

e. n=4, x=2, q=.6

f. n=3, x=1, p=.9

I don't even know where to start.

Thanks,

Kd08

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- March 23rd 2011, 01:38 PMKnightsDelight08Binomial Random Variable; Computer P(X) given...
a. n= 5, x=1, p=.2

b. n= 4, x=2, q=.4

c. n= 3, x=0, p=.7

d. n=5, x=3, p=.1

e. n=4, x=2, q=.6

f. n=3, x=1, p=.9

I don't even know where to start.

Thanks,

Kd08 - March 23rd 2011, 01:57 PMTheEmptySet
Do you know the probibility distribution for the binomial random variable?

Binomial distribution - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Just plug in the above information. This is just plug and chug!