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POSSON DISTRIBUTION

 In binomial  distribution the value of n was  finite. But  there are few  problems  when  cannot  be estimated.

So in these  binomial  distribution is applicable as we cannot expand(p +q)n. If  n is not  known  in such  cases passion distribution  is applicable.. It is  defined by  the probability  function.

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