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Binomial Distribution - HP Mathematics II User Manual

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The example calculates the number of possibilities with the
same figures as in the previous example, but now with regard
to order.
Binomial distribution
The routine calculates the probability of drawing exactly k
elements with the mark X of total n, where the probability of
X itself is p. Independent trials (with replacement).
Interface:
RAD
{HOME }
: n p :
: k:
ofrrsf*
PRG
kX'es of n
P(X)=p
10 0.6
3
The probability of drawing 3 elements with the mark X when
X has the probability of 0.6 is calculated. The number of in-
dependent trials is 10. p > 1 gives an error message.
The example may be the production of glasses where the
probability of first assortment is 0.6. If 20 glasses are produ-
4. Probability
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