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This module discusses the conditions of a binomial experiment and the binomial distribution. The applet allows the user to compute probabilities from the binomial distribution. Two follow-up examples cover students guessing on a multiple-choice test and the number of delinquents and non-delinquents who wear glasses.
This page calculates probabilities for a Poisson distribution.
This module discusses the conditions of a Poisson experiment and the Poisson distribution. The applet allows the user to compute probabilities from the Poisson distribution. A follow-up example covers horse-kick deaths of Prussian military personnel.
This module contains an applet which can be used to experiment with computing approximate and exact binomial probabilities and to assess the conditions for which the normal approximation to the binomial distribution is good.
This calculator computes probabilities from the binomial distribution. The user inputs the number of successes (x), the probability of success (p), and the sample size (N). P(X>=x) is returned at the top of the page.
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