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jenzy569
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Posted - 10/23/2011 :  14:42:06  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
Three cards are selected, one at a time from a standard deck of 52 cards. Let x represent the number of tens drawn in a set of 3 cards.

(A) If this experiment is completed without replacement, explain why x is not a binomial random variable.
(B) If this experiment is completed with replacement, explain why x is a binomial random variable.

Need help with this plz!
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royhaas
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Posted - 10/24/2011 :  11:33:21  Show Profile  Reply with Quote
The answers follow by looking at the definition of a binomial random variable. What assumptions are necessary for a random variable to have a binomial distribution?
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