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Binomial Probabilities

These procedures show how to get binomial probabilities associated with n = 5 trials when the probability of a success on any given trial is π = 0.20.

Procedure I: Individual or cumulative probabilities for x = 2 successes.
Procedure II: Complete set of individual or cumulative probabilities for
x = 0 successes through x = 5 successes.

x P(X = x) P(X < = x) = x)
0 0.32768 0.32768
1 0.4096 0.73728
2 0.2048 0.94208
3 0.0512 0.99328
4 0.0064 0.99968
5 0.00032 1

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