Question

Consider a binomial probability distribution with

pequals=0.35

and

nequals=7.

What is the probability of the following?

a) |
exactly three successes |

b) |
less than three successes |

c) |
fivefive or more successes |

Answer #1

Consider a binomial probability distribution with p=.35 and n=7.
what is the probability of the following?
a. exactly three successes P(x=3)
b. less than three successes P(x<3)
c. five or more successes P(x>=5)

Consider a binomial probability distribution with
pequals=0.2
Complete parts a through c below.
a. Determine the probability of exactly
three
successes when
nequals=5
Upper P left parenthesis 3 right
parenthesisP(3)equals=nothing
(Round to four decimal places as needed.)b. Determine the
probability of exactly
three
successes when
nequals=6
Upper P left parenthesis 3 right
parenthesisP(3)equals=nothing
(Round to four decimal places as needed.)c. Determine the
probability of exactly
three
successes when
nequals=7
Upper P left parenthesis 3 right
parenthesisP(3)equals=nothing
(Round to four decimal...

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A
random variable follows a binomial distribution with a probability
of success equal to 0.52. For a sample size of n=7, find the values
below.
a. the probability of exactly 3 successes
b. the probability of 4 or more successes
c. the probability of exactly 7 successes
d. the expected value of the random variable

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find the values below.
a. the probability of exactly 3 successes
b. the probability of 7 or more successes
c. the probability of exactly 10 successes
d. the expected value of the random variable

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(a) Use the binomial distribution to find the probability of
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places.)
(b) Use the normal distribution to approximate the probability
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b. What is the probability of exactly 17 successes?
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A binomial probability experiment is conducted with the given
parameters. Compute the probability of x successes in the n
independent trials of the experiment.
nequals=4040,
pequals=0.980.98,
xequals=3838
Upper P left parenthesis 38 right
parenthesisP(38)equals=nothing
(Do not round until the final answer. Then round to four
decimal places as needed.)
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parameters. Compute the probability of x successes in the n
independent trials of the experiment.
n equals 9n=9,
p equals 0.7p=0.7,
x...

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without a popcorn coupon is 0.301. If you buy 24 movie tickets, we
want to know the probability that more than 16 of the tickets have
popcorn coupons. (Consider tickets with popcorn coupons as
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