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Binomial Probability Distribution For an experiment to be binomial, the following must be true: 2. Only TWO possible outcomes S (success) and F (failure) 3. Probability of S remains the same for each trial 4. Trials are independent 5. Binomial random variable x is the number of S’s in n trials Binomial Probability Distribution formula: n! p(x) p q n x p (1 p) n x x! (n x)! p(x) Probability of x ‘Successes’ p Probability of a ‘Success’ in single trial q 1 – p (probability of a ‘Failure’ in single trial) n number of trials x Number of ‘Successes’ in n trials n – x Number of ‘Failures’ in n trials Mean of Binomial random variable E(