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    Binomial distribution

    Hello!! i need help with this problem please =)

    If X has binomial distribution with mean=10, variance=16. A random sample with sample size=36 is taken from this population, what is the sample mean distribution? ( )
    (A) Standard normal distribution
    (B) Normal distribution with mean 10/36
    (C) Normal distribution with variance 4/6
    (D) None of above
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    Are you sure?

    n \cdot p\;=\;10

    n \cdot p \cdot q\;=\;16

    Implies n = -\frac{50}{3} and p = -\frac{3}{5}

    Where does that leave us?
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