Binomial distribution/pd or binomial cd?

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What is the difference between binomial pd/ binomial distribution and binomial cd? And also when can use binomial distribution and when can you use binomial cd?
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(Original post by Blue.1212)
What is the difference between binomial pd/ binomial distribution and binomial cd? And also when can use binomial distribution and when can you use binomial cd?
The first gives you P(X = x)
The second give you P(X <= x)
You use one or the other depending on the needs of the question.
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(Original post by old_engineer)
The first gives you P(X = x)
The second give you P(X <= x)
You use one or the other depending on the needs of the question.
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