The Binomial Distribution / Binomial Probability Function

The Binomial Distribution / Binomial Probability Function.
In this video, I discuss what a binomial experiment is, discuss the formula for finding the probability associated with a binomial experiment, and do a concrete example which hopefully puts it all together!
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1. mastergunzz says:

2. ajit b says:

thanks buddy…u have no idea how much this video helped me at 4a.m in the morning.Thankyou again.

3. Heywassup Hello says:

why did he stop at 7 in 10! ? i thought it goes through 1

4. Baylor lynch says:

Thanks

5. Jason94 says:

This has helped me. Thank you for this.

6. Connor Butt says:

do you have a video showing how to calculate the probability of an exact amount of successes or more?

7. Tahir Kazmi says:

Thank sir its helpfull to me understand binomial distribution thanks

8. Mechelle Johnson says:

Why do you stop at 7 when you're evaluating 10! ? I thought it goes 10*9*8*7*6*5*4*3*2*1

9. Fudoobeer says:

guess this video is shot in a very dark environment

10. ajo kanagachandran says:

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11. yevgeniy simonov says:

Thank you sir. Your example was very helpful and helped me to understand the Binomial Distribution more in-depth.