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# The Binomial Formula

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Sections
The Binomial Distribution
The Binomial Formula
The Binomial Table

Concept #1: Applying The Binomial Formula: Part 1

Concept #2: Applying The Binomial Formula: Part 2

Concept #3: Applying The Binomial Formula: Intro

Practice: There's a 50% chance that the average student who applies to graduate school will actually get admitted. What is the probability that a student would get into 3 randomly selected grad schools out of 10?

Practice: Referring to Practice 1, what is the probability that a student would get into more than 8 grad schools?

Practice: Referring to Practice 1, what is the probability that a student would get into at most 9 grad schools?

Practice: The chance, on average, of going home alone after a night out is 70%. What is the probability that, on a random 15 nights out, you take someone home every time?

Practice: Referring to Practice 4, what is the probability of picking up at least two people?