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A binomial experiment is one with two outcomes. If one of the outcomes is identified as a success with probability on each trial of π, then the probability of r successes in N trials of the experiment is given by P(r) where

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To test the null hypothesis, H0: π=π0, for some constant, 0 < ...

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