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Hi I'm currently doing revision notes for statistics OCR new spec for maths.
One of the spec points is:
Learners should understand the conditions for a random
variable to have a binomial distribution, be able to identify
which of the modelling conditions (assumptions) is/are
relevant to a given scenario and be able to explain them in
context. They should understand the distinction between
conditions and assumptions.

I know what the conditions are but could anyone help with the assumptions? ( Is it an infinite population and identical random samples?) Also the distinction between both. Thanks for any help in advance.
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