Convert the binomial probability to a normal distribution probability using continuity correction. P (x <= 150).

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Binomial probability
asked 2020-10-23
Convert the binomial probability to a normal distribution probability using continuity correction. P (x <= 150).

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2020-10-24
P (x <= 150) There are no more than 150 possible successes. The discrete midpoint values are 150, 151, 152, … . The corresponding interval for the continuous normal distribution probability is x <= 150.5. Thus, the binomial probability P(x < 150) can be converted as P(x <= 150.5).
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