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    If there are repeated independent trials and there are only two outcomes, what distribution should be used?
    a. binomial distribution
    b. multinomial distribution
    c. Poisson distribution
    d. hypergeometric distribution

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    In this case you will use Binomila Distribution. The right answer is a) Binomial. It has a form nCr p^r * q^(n-r)

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