What are the four conditions necessary for X to have Binomial Distribution? Mark all that apply.X counts the number of trials until you get a success

preprekomW 2021-09-05 Answered
What are the four conditions necessary for X to have Binomial Distribution? Mark all that apply.
X counts the number of trials until you get a success.
The probbility of success p,is constant from trial to trial.
There can only be two outcomes, success and failure.
The trials must independent.
There are n set trials.

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Answered 2021-09-06 Author has 29135 answers
For a Binomial distribution,
1) The probability of success is constant at every trial.
2) There are only 2 outcomes i.e. Success and Failure
3) The trails must be independent.
4) The number of trials 'n' is fixed.
So, option 2, 4,6 and 7 are the correct options.
{X counts the number of trials until we get a success if it has a Geometric distribution}
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