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    probablity distrubution help

    a person who plays baseball hit .363. Meaning he got a hit 36.3% of his times at bat. He officially had 3 at bats per game. Find the probability distribution of X, for the number of hits he got in a typical game.
    (assume independence)

    any help?

    having issues getting the initial probability.
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    Quote Originally Posted by p00ndawg View Post
    a person who plays baseball hit .363. Meaning he got a hit 36.3% of his times at bat. He officially had 3 at bats per game. Find the probability distribution of X, for the number of hits he got in a typical game.
    (assume independence)

    any help?

    having issues getting the initial probability.
    Looks like a binomial distribution ...... n = 3, p = 0.363.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mr fantastic View Post
    Looks like a binomial distribution ...... n = 3, p = 0.363.

    i dont think we've learned that yet.
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    Quote Originally Posted by p00ndawg View Post
    i dont think we've learned that yet.
    Then read ahead and learn it. It's based on things you should already know.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mr fantastic View Post
    Then read ahead and learn it. It's based on things you should already know.
    well thx for the help, but i figured out the answer using tchebycheff's theorem.
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