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Consider a binomial random variable X ~ Bi(n,∅).

We can get P(x) and P(x+1) as below but how to solve question 1 & 2 ?

P(x) = nCx . ∅ x (1- ∅)n-x

p(x+1) = nC x+1 . ∅ x-1 (1- ∅) n- (x+1)

Thx.

We can get P(x) and P(x+1) as below but how to solve question 1 & 2 ?

P(x) = nCx . ∅ x (1- ∅)n-x

p(x+1) = nC x+1 . ∅ x-1 (1- ∅) n- (x+1)

Thx.

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