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# Which one is not a requirement of a binomial distribution?

$\begin{array}{1 1}(A)\;There\; are \;2\; outcomes\; for\; each \;trial\\(B)\;There \;is\;a\;fixed\;number\;of\;trials\\(C)\;The\; outcomes\;must\;be\;dependent\;on\;each\;other\\(D)\;The \;probability\;of\;success\;must\;be\;the\;same\;for\;all\;the\;trials\end{array}$

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• A bianomial dristribution implies that a trial must have only 2 out come and the trial is repeated 'n' number of times
'A'option is correct
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answered Feb 19, 2013