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Bernoulli trial

- Bernoulli Trial ~ a trial with 2 outcomes success or failure (arbitrary names)
- p denotes P (success)
- P (failure)= 1-p

A Binomial Experiment

- A binomial experiment is a series of Bernoulli trials done to determine
- X ~ the number of successes.
- X is a discrete random variable.
- n denotes the number of Bernoulli trials.
- The Trials are independent
- discrete means that the set of values that the RV can take on is countable or countably infinite. (think a set of individual values)

Probability Distribution

Remember that X is a random variable being the number of successes after n trials. p is the probability of success.

NOTE: this is another common way to write combinations.

Your Book’s Equation

- The Equation is written this way in the text book. It is identical, they use q to represent 1-p and express the combination as nCx as they use x to represent the particular value of the random variable X being considered.

You are welcome to use either form.

Expected value

The short cut to the expected value of X in a binomial experiment is np

Example: 4 dice are rolled, how many 1’s are likely to appear?

- This is a binomial experiment
- Each die roll is a Bernoulli Trial with success~ 1 fail ~ 2 through 6
- X ~ the number of 1’s
- X={0,1,2,3,4}

Probability Distribution appear?

- P(X=k)=(nCk)pk(1-p)n-k
- P(X=0)=4C0(5/6)4=0.48
- P(X=1)=4C1(1/6)(5/6)3=.386
- P(X=2)=4C2(1/6)2(5/6)2=.116
- P(X=3)=4C3(1/6)3(5/6)1=.015
- P(X=4)=4C4(1/6)4=.00077

Expected Value E(X) appear?

- E(X)=0*0.48+1*0.386+2*.116+3*.015 +4*.00077 = 0.666

= x1P(X=x1)+ x2P(X=x2)+ x3P(X=x3)+…+ xnP(X=xn)

But Remember E(X)=np appear?

- 4 trials, each with a probability p=1/6 of success
- E(X)=np=4*1/6=0.667
- (this answer is more accurate as we did not round until the end)

A company is producing brake callipers. appear?

- Probability of a defect is 1.2%
- If 150 brake callipers are produced, what is the probability that no more than 2 are defective?

Analyze the Event appear?

- If X represents the number of defective callipers, the event that no more than 2 are defective is the event that X≤2.
- If X ≤ 2 then X=0 or X=1 or X=2
- P(X ≤2)=P(0) +P(1)+P(2)

P(X ≤2)=P(0) +P(1)+P(2) appear?

- p=0.012 1-p=0.988 n=150

- P(X ≤2)=P(0) +P(1)+P(2) appear?
- =16.35% + 29.79% + 26.95%
- =73.09%

Re Cap appear?

- When ever you recognize that a series of Bernoulli trial are being done to determine the number of successes this is a binomial experiment.
- The outcomes probabilities are distributed according to :
- The expected value E(X) = np if X is the result of a binomial experiment.

Practice appear?

- Page 385 1 to 12, 14

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