Binomial distribution

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"The binomial distribution describes the outcome of a series of trials, the outcome of which can
only be a success or failure.
The classic example is the number of  "heads" that will occur in a given number of coin tosses.

"As the average for the distribution increases, the profile of the binomial approaches that of the
normal distribution and under some conditions it is possible to use the normal distribution as
an approximation.



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