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What are the conditions needed in a binomial experiment? Give some examples of binomial probabilities.

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    a repeated series of independent experiment where there are only two possible outcomes (usually denoted by "success' or "failure") example: flip a coin 10 times, note the number of head that come up only two possible outcomes for each toss, H or T and the outcomes are independent

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    roll a die 5 times, count the number of times you see a "2"

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    oh...ok

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