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Binomial distribution online calculation


Calculate the distribution rate Given an integer k less than n for calculation
Inverse functions for calculating cumulative functions Calculate the probability of falling inside and outside the interval.
set X to B (n, p), n is the total number of independent tests, p is the probability of occurrence of a certain event A at each test, this option calculates the distribution rate of X. If n> 11 also shows only the first 12 probability values. Enter N and P below, and then click the ' Calculate' button:
set X to B (n, p), n is the total number of independent tests, p is the probability of occurrence of a certain event A at each test, P is the probability that an event A occurs at each test, given a nonnegative integer k not greater than n,Calculate P{X=k}, P{X ≤k }, P{X>k}.After entering n, P and K below, click the 'Calculate' button to perform the calculation:
set X to B (n, p), n is the total number of independent tests, p is the probability of occurrence of a certain event A at each test, Given a probability a, find a real number, when the value of K is close to this real number,P{Xk} Approximate to a,
After entering n, P and K below, click the 'Calculate' button to perform the calculation:
set X to B (n, p), n is the total number of independent tests, p is the probability of occurrence of a certain event A at each test, Find the probability that X falls inside and outside of the interval (X1, X2). After typing the values of n, p, X1 and X2 below, click the 'Calculate' button to perform the calculation:
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1 Probability function
1 Distribution function

This page performs various calculations on the binomial distribution. The probability function and cumulative probability function of the binomial distribution are shown in the formula on the left.
Select the content to be calculated in the above list, then enter the relevant data in the lower left, click the "Start Calculation" button to calculate.

 

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