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Binomial Random Variables

Discrete Random Variables

Remember that “bi” means two, so a binomial variable is a variable that can take on exactly two values. A coin is the most obvious example of a binomial variable because flipping a coin can only result in two values: heads or tails.

Rating: E
Production Year: 2021
Duration: 21 min
Series: Discrete Random Variables

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