The binomial distribution

Mathematical Methods: Units 3 and 4

Introduction

Wow! What a long title. This is one of the best videos to date as it shows what the graphs of Binomial Distributions look like for different values of n and p. It then goes on to look at how the Expected Value (Mean) can be calculated alongside the Variance and Standard Deviation.
Some wonderful examples are thrown in for good measure too.

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Methods 3 and 4