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Consider a binominal experiment with 2 trials, and p=0.4

a. Compute the probability of 1 success, f(1).

b. Compute f(0)

c. Compute f(2)

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Step 1

It is given that *n = *2 and *p* = 0.4. Therefore, *q = 1–p = *0.6.

The PMF of binomial distribution is given by,

Step 2

**a.**

The probability of getting 1 success can be obtained as follows.

Step 3

**b.**

The probability of getting no success can b...

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