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yrivers36 Group Title

Trying to find the probability of 10 successes with n=15. Please with explanation

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    question?

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    number of (successes), r=10,, i think u'll use binomial distribution

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    Yes but how do I figure out how to set this problem up?

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    do u know binomial distribution

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