# Binomial PD/Binomial CD

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Hi all.

When do we use binomial PD and when do we use binomial CD when it comes to the chapter of statistical hypothesis testing?
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#2
(Original post by Avesta2003)
Hi all.

When do we use binomial PD and when do we use binomial CD when it comes to the chapter of statistical hypothesis testing?
PD gives you P(X = some value)
CD gives you P(X <= some value)

For hypothesis testing you will need to use CD.
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4 weeks ago
#3
PD gives you P(X = some value)
CD gives you P(X <= some value)

For hypothesis testing you will need to use CD.
GOAT, tysm
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2 weeks ago
#4
(Original post by Doge555)
GOAT, tysm
I thought the P(X=x) for a continuous distribution e.g. a normal distribution is always 0?
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#5
(Original post by plshelpmelol)
I thought the P(X=x) for a continuous distribution e.g. a normal distribution is always 0?
Binomial is a discrete distribution, not continuous.
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2 weeks ago
#6
(Original post by mqb2766)
Binomial is a discrete distribution, not continuous.
sorry, i thought you were talking about normal pd and cd 😅
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