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MEDAL&TESTIMONIAL&FAN:):) -binomial -geometric -hypergeometric For each one, Explain the conditions in which we would use it. Justify the formula used. Give an example of a situation in which it could be used

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    @TheSmartOne

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    @paki

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    Oh thanks:)

  4. anonymous
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    This question concerns different types of probability distributions.

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    And I would really appreciate your insight and knowledge:)

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    I know that binominal probability distribution is used when a given system has an equal chance for an event to occur.

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    Anyone got any ideas?

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    I would appreciate your knowledge

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    I don't know. I am sorry

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    It's ok

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    Anyone got any ideas?

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