BINOMIAL EXPERIMENT
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Definition of Binomial Experiment
A binomial experiment is an experiment with a fixed number of independent trials
In a binomial experiment each trial has exactly two outcomes
The probability of each outcome in a binomial experiment remains the same for each trial
Examples of Binomial Experiment

Flip a coin 30 times to see how many heads you get.
Here,
 The number of trials is fixed, 30, and each trial is independent of the other
 The outcome can only be a head or a tail in each trial
 The probability of getting a head is the same as the probability of getting a tail. So, its a binomial experiment
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Solved Example on Binomial Experiment
Ques: Choose whether the following is a binomial experiment. "Sandra rolled a 6sided number cube until a 3 appeared."
Choices:
A. YesB. No
Corrected Answer: B
Solution:

Step 1: Sandra rolled the number cube until she saw a 3. So the number of trials is not fixed. So, its not a binomial experiment.
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