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The page generates numeric and graphic displays for different value of \(n\) and \(p\) which are entered by the user.
This site provides a lesson that the user can work through. There are pages for derivation, graphs, examples and links to other sites.
This site provides a lesson that the user can work through. There are pages for derivation, graphs, examples and links to other sites.
The video continues with the example from the video, Binomial Distribution 3: Using Excel to Visualize the Basketball Binomial Distribution: Video, of shooting a basketball 10 times.
The video uses an example of shooting a basketball 10 times and calculates the probabilities.
This video uses the probabilities for flipping a coin five times that were derived in the first video to create a histogram, note how it resembles a bell-shape, and discusses binomial coefficients
This video derives the binomial distribution and the probabilities associated with for the experiment of flipping a coin 5 times
This is a basic article on the uniform distribution. The article fits the general format of Wolfram MathWorld articles on distributions: the basic properties are given with some derivations.
He uses the example of the number of cars passing a point to illustrate a Poisson process.

This link takes you to the list of capsules in Randomizing Gadgets under Probability within Classroom Capsules and Notes.

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