# Assume that a procedure yields a binomial distribution with a trial repeated n=13n=13 times. Use either the binomial probability formula (or a technology like Excel or StatDisk) to find the probability of k=1k=1 successes given the probability q=0.46q=0.46 of success on a single trial.Binomial Calculator(Report answer accurate to 4 decimal places.)P(X=k)=P(X=k)=

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Assume that a procedure yields a binomial distribution with a trial repeated n=13n=13 times. Use either the binomial probability formula (or a technology like Excel or StatDisk) to find the probability of k=1k=1 successes given the probability q=0.46q=0.46 of success on a single trial.

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(Report answer accurate to 4 decimal places.)

P(X=k)=P(X=k)=

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Step 1

Given
total number of trails = n = 13
probability of success = p = 0.46

To find the probability of 1 success, so k = 1.

In excel we u...

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