Vianne R.

asked • 07/17/16

Assuming X is a binomial random variable, what is the probability exactly 3 cars are left unlocked?

There is a p=12.5% chance a parked car will have been left unlocked. X is the number of cars left unlocked in a parking lot with a total of 6 cars. Assuming X is a binomial random variable, what is the probability exactly 3 cars are left unlocked?


P(X=3)=

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