QCE Together Year 12 Maths Methods: Using Probabilities Associated with the Binomial Distribution

#### Maths Methods

• The Logarithmic Function 2
• Further Differentiation and Applications 2
• Integrals
• Further Differentiation and Applications 3
• Trigonometric Functions 2
• Discrete Random Variables 2
• Continuous Random Variables and the Normal Distribution
• Interval Estimates for Proportions
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# Using Probabilities Associated with the Binomial Distribution

In this post, we determine and use the probabilities associated with the binomial distribution with parameters n and p . This syllabus dot point is a part of the QCE Maths Methods course under the topic Discrete Random Variables 2 and sub-part Binomial Distributions, specifically focusing on using probabilities associated with the binomial distribution.

P(X=r) = (_{r}^{n}) p^{r} (1-p)^{n-r}

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