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For the question type below (parts b and c), is there a specific method other than trial and error? Thanks
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For the question type below (parts b and c), is there a specific method other than trial and error? Thanks
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I think this is testing your ability to use the binomial distribution tables in the formula booklet, so rather than trial and error, it is checking that you can find the right table, identify the right column, and use it to write down your answer.
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I think this is testing your ability to use the binomial distribution tables in the formula booklet, so rather than trial and error, it is checking that you can find the right table, identify the right column, and use it to write down your answer.
Oh thank you, i haven't had to use these as of yet
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