Lesson 41 – Struck by a smooth function

Review lesson 32. If you assume X is a random variable that represents the number of successes in a Bernoulli sequence of n trials, then this X follows a binomial distribution. The probability that this random variable X takes any value k, i.e., the probability of exactly k successes in n trials is: Review lesson 33. … Continue reading Lesson 41 – Struck by a smooth function