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... arrows. So you redefine the distribution: X~B(12, p) where...=7), either using your calculator or by using the binomial distribution formula. To work out... part c, you are using the same distribution... get why we use cumulative binomial distribution for A as the probability ... don't we use cumulative binomial distribution for B and C, getting ...

Published on 2021-03-20 in the Maths study help forum

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... calculate the probability for normal distribution on a Casio classwiz fx... I don’t think your calculator has a distribution function on it so... able to do the normal/binomial distributions on it

... with my numbers using a binomial distribution calculator that I programmed into my... own calculator because I'm silly like ...

..., p = 0.5 into any binomial distribution calculator, and it's easy to ...

..., p = 0.5 into any binomial distribution calculator, and it's easy to ...

(a)(i) It's a binomial distribution with a mean of (3/... do this one without a calculator just because I happen to ...

Published on 2021-03-18 in the Science and Mathematics forum

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(a)(i) It's a binomial distribution with a mean of (3/... do this one without a calculator just because I happen to ...

Published on 2021-03-18 in the Science and Mathematics forum

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Published on 2021-03-18 in the Science and Mathematics forum

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Published on 2021-03-18 in the Science and Mathematics forum

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... I use a Poisson calculator this way, example: https://stattrek....com/online-calculator/poisson.aspx If I want...you would use that calculator to answer the specific question...modeled using the Poisson Distribution actually gets satisfied here; if...actually the best fitting distribution to model those particular variables...the Poisson or Negative-Binomial distributions will probably get you...

... then do normal distribution or plug the values in the calculator straight away? (Original... post by briteeshbro) n is the number of trials in Binomial....4) AND then do normal distribution or plug the values in the calculator straight away?