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- 1. BINOMIAL PROBABILITYDISTRIBUTION By: ZAINI ZABRI BT61 ASYRAF ROSLAN BT 61 ADI SYAZNI SUHAIMI BT 61 SYUKRI DAUD BT 62 NASRI MOHD NOOR BT 62 CHE HASIF CHE MAT BT 62
- 2. A binomial experiment is one that possesses thefollowing properties: The experiment consists of n repeated trials; Each trial results in an outcome that may be classified as a success or a failure (hence the name, binomial); The probability of a success, denoted by p, remains constant from trial to trial and repeated trials are independent. The number of successes X in n trials of a binomial experiment is called a binomial random variable. The probability distribution of the random variable X is called a binomial distribution, and is given by the formula: P(X) = Cnxpxqn−xwhere n = the number of trials x = 0, 1, 2, ... n p = the probability of success in a single trial q = the probability of failure in a single trial (i.e. q = 1 − p) Cnx is a combination
- 3. EXAMPLE 1A die is tossed 3 times. What is the probability of(a) No fives turning up?(b) 1 five?(c) 3 fives?
- 4. HOW TO USE GDC?
- 5. EXAMPLE 2: Hospital records show that of patients suffering from a certain disease, 75% die of it. What is the probability that of 6 randomly selected patients, 4 will recover?
- 6. EXAMPLE 3:In the old days, there was a probability of 0.8 ofsuccess in any attempt to make a telephone call.(This often depended on the importance of the personmaking the call, or the operators curiosity!)Calculate the probability of having 7 successes in 10attempts.
- 7. EXAMPLE 4:A (blindfolded) marksman finds that on the average hehits the target 4 times out of 5. If he fires 4 shots, whatis the probability of(a) more than 2 hits?(b) at least 3 misses?
- 8. EXAMPLE 5:The ratio of boys to girls at birth in Singapore is quite high at1.09:1.What proportion of Singapore families with exactly 6children will have at least 3 boys?(Ignore the probability of multiple births.)[Interesting and disturbing trivia: In most countries theratio of boys to girls is about 1.04:1, but in China it is1.15:1.]
- 9. HOW TO USE GDC?
- 10. EXAMPLE 6:A manufacturer of metal pistons finds that on the average, 12% of hispistons are rejected because they are either oversize or undersize.What is the probability that a batch of 10 pistons will contain(a) no more than 2 rejects?(b) (b) at least 2 rejects?

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