RD Sharma Solutions Class 12 Binomial Distribution

RD Sharma Solutions Class 12 Chapter 33

A binomial Distribution can be defined as when a random variable X that counts the number of successes, k, in the n trials is said to have a binomial distribution with parameters

n and p, written bin(k; n, p).

In general a Binomial distribution arises when we have the following 4 conditions

-identical trials, e.g. 5 coin tosses

– 2 possible outcomes for each trial “success” and “failure”, e.g. Heads or Tails

– Trials are independent, e.g. each coin toss doesn’t affect the others

– P(“success”) = p is the same for each trial, e.g. P(Head) = 2/3 is the same for each trial

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Binomial Distribution Class 12th RD Sharma Exercises

Binomial Distribution Exercise 33.1

Binomial Distribution Exercise 33.2

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