NotTim
For wich of the binomial distributions listed below is the normal distribution a reasonable approximation? A0 n=60, p 0.4; n= 45, p=0.1; n=80, p= 0.1, n=30, n=0.8
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large sample, small probability
NotTim
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lookin thru book right now. gimme moment.
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Ok...I dunno how.
Akshay_Budhkar
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the sample should be large and probability small doesnt that explain man?
Akshay_Budhkar
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so the distribution satisfying the above condition is your answer
NotTim
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What.
NotTim
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So, no real math involved???
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i believe no
NotTim
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A) n=60, p=0.4 for the above question, where "For wich of the binomial distributions listed below is the normal distribution a reasonable approximation? " Ignore rest of question, that mistake on my part.
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ITs reasonable as long as np>5 right?
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Hello?
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Got it. Thank you very much guys.