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Binomial distributions
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Let’s assume the department of Mathematics of Trent University has 11 faculty members. For i = 0; 1; 2; 3; find pi, the probability that i of them were born on Canada Day using the binomial distributions. Assume that the birth rates are constant throughout the year, and that each year has 365 days.




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