It is at the second equal sign that you can see how the general negative binomial problem reduces to a geometric random variable problem. In any case, there is about a 13% chance thathe first strike comes on the third well drilled. 11.6 -
100 Binomial Problems Just for fun (and to give you a lot of practice) I wrote a generative probabilistic program which could sample binomial distribution problems. Here are 100
For example, 4! = 4 x 3 x 2 x 1 = 24. Examples of binomial distribution problems: The number of defective/non-defective products in a production run. Yes/No