Find the normal approximation for the following binomial probability of \(P(x = 3)\) where \(n = 13\) and \(p = 0.60\)
Please, find the binomial probability when \(n = 6, p = 0.83, x = 5.\)
Determine the following Binomial Probability: for \(n=4, p=0.12, x=0.\)
Determine the binomial probability when \(n =10, p = 0.50, x = 8\).
Convert the binomial probability to a normal distribution probability using continuity correction. \(P(x > 14)\).
A binomial probability is given: \(P(x \leq 124)\) Find the answer that corresponds to the binomial probability statement.
a) \(P(x > 123.5)\)
b) \(P(x < 123.5)\)
c) \(P(x < 124.5)\)
d) \(P(x > 124.5)\)
e) \(P(123.5 < x < 124.5)\)
X denotes a binomial random variable with parameters n and p. For each exercise, indicate which area under the appropriate normal curve would be determined to approximate the specified binomial probability.
If x is a binomial random variable, find the probabilities below by using the binomial probability table.
a) \(P(x < 11)\ for\ n = 15, p = 0.1\)
b) \(P(x \geq 11)\ for\ n = 25, p = 0.4\)
c) \(P(x = 2)\ for\ n = 20, p = 0.6\)
Assume a Poisson distribution with lambda \(= 5.0\). What is the probability that \(X = 1\)?
What is the row of Pascal’s triangle containing the binomial coefficients (nk),\(0\leq k\leq9\)?