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Which of the following applies to the binomial distribution?Select one:a. The probability that you will fail 50 out of 80 questions on yourb. The probability that you will obtain a score of 79 points orC. The probability that you will take the final exam withoutd. The probability that your final exam will contain multiple-choicefinal exam. xhigher on your final exam.studying for more than one hour.questions with four or fewer possible answers.

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Which of the following applies to the binomial distribution?
Select one:
a. The probability that you will fail 50 out of 80 questions on your
b. The probability that you will obtain a score of 79 points or
C. The probability that you will take the final exam without
d. The probability that your final exam will contain multiple-choice
final exam. x
higher on your final exam.
studying for more than one hour.
questions with four or fewer possible answers.
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Which of the following applies to the binomial distribution? Select one: a. The probability that you will fail 50 out of 80 questions on your b. The probability that you will obtain a score of 79 points or C. The probability that you will take the final exam without d. The probability that your final exam will contain multiple-choice final exam. x higher on your final exam. studying for more than one hour. questions with four or fewer possible answers.

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A Binomial distribution is a probability distribution which contain n repeated trials. Each trail can result in two possible outcomes either success or failure. The probability of success is denot...

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