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# Consider a binomial experiment with two trials and p = .4

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25. Consider a binomial experiment with two trials and p = .4.
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b. Compute the probability of one success, f(1).
c. Compute f(0).
d. Compute f(2).
e. Compute the probability of at least one success.
f. Compute the expected value, variance, and standard deviation.

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b. Compute the probability of one success, f(1). = 2C1 * .4^1 * .6^1 = .48
c. Compute f(0). = ...

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This solution considers a binomial experience with two trials. The expert explains how to compute the probability of one success, as well as compute the expected value, variance, and standard deviation.

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