In part 2 of my lecture about the Binomial Setting, I show how to set up a probability distribution function for a binomial variable when x is defined as the number of successes. I then introduce how to find probabilities of binomial events through Normal Approximation and compare this process with the exact values we get with binompdf and binomcdf from a calculator.
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