Monthly Archive:: July 2010

Independent Events of Probability

Independent Events Two events A, B are said to be independent if and only if the Probability of (A intersection B) equals Probability of A multiplied to Probability of B. P(A∩B) = P(A). P(B) Note that, if A,B are independent events then P(B/A) = ...Read More

Discuss About Binomial Distribution

Binomial Distribution This is also a random variable distribution. A random experiment is conducted n times independently. Suppose E is one event of the experiment, P is its probability. If each time the event occurs treat it as success otherwise treat it as failure ...Read More