Assume that a procedure yields a binomial distribution with \(n=33\) trials and a probability of success of \(p=0.10\) Use a binomial probability table to find the probability that the number of successes x is exactly 22. Using a binomial probability table

Can be given binomail probability approximated by the normal probability destribution? \(p=.20\) and \(n=100\)

What is the probability of 15 or fewer succeses? \(p=.20\) and \(n=100\)

Use the binomial probability formula to find \(P(x) \)

\(n= 16,\ x=3,\ p- \frac{1}{5}\)