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Binomial Experiments. Bernoulli Experiments. Study Guide. Use your textbook (pp225…) to answer: 1. Who was Jacob Bernoulli? 2. The sort of problems which have exactly 2 possible outcomes is now called:___________? 3. Describe the central problem of a binomial experiment.

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binomial experiments

Binomial Experiments

Bernoulli Experiments

study guide
Study Guide
  • Use your textbook (pp225…) to answer:
  • 1. Who was Jacob Bernoulli?
  • 2. The sort of problems which have exactly 2 possible outcomes is now called:___________?
  • 3. Describe the central problem of a binomial experiment.
  • 4. T/F Binomial experiments work only with dependent situations.
  • 5. Each faculty member at Pepperdine University has been asked about recommending which new car Mr. Micek should purchase…
  • The # of trials, n = ______?
  • The # of outcomes possible = _______?
  • Is this a binomial experiment?
study guide sample answers
Study Guide sample answers
  • 1. a 17th century Swiss mathematician who studied binomial experiments extensively. So much so that still they are often called Bernoulli experiments
  • 2. Binomial experiments
  • 3. to find the probability of r successes out of n trials
  • 4. False… only with Independent trials (lg assmption)
  • 5. # of Pepp faculty/ as many models of cars as there are/ no, since there are more than 2 possibilities