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    Maximum likelihood methods

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    6.1.7 Let the table

    x 0 1 2 3 4 5
    freq 6 10 14 13 6 1

    represent a summary of a sample of size 50 from a binomial distribution having n=5. Find the mle of P(X>=3).
    Please show detail on how to find the mle of a binomial too.
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    The solution discusses the table

    x 0 1 2 3 4 5
    freq 6 10 14 13 6 1

    represent a summary of a sample of size 50 from a binomial distribution having n=5. Find the mle of P(X>=3).
    Please show detail on how to find the mle of a binomial too.
    T

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