binomial random variable

binomial random variable

[bī¦nō·mē·əl ‚ran·dəm ′ver·ē·ə·bəl]
(statistics)
A random variable, parametrized by a positive integer n and a number p in the closed interval between 0 and 1, whose range is the set {0, 1, …, n} and whose value is the number of successes in n independent binomial trials when p is the probability of success in a single trial.
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n] is distributed like a binomial random variable on n independent trials with rate of success q in each.
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