## How do you do at least in binomial probability?

The adjusted formula for “at least” is 1 – binomcdf (n, p, r – 1).

**How do you find the probability less than 5?**

∴ Probability of getting a number less than 5 is=64=32.

**How do you find the probability less than 8?**

Hence, probability of getting a number less than 8=n(E)/n(S)=6/6=1. Was this answer helpful?

### How do you use the probability function in Excel?

To calculate the probability that a variable equals a specified value, enter that value using the lower_limit argument. To calculate the probability that a variable falls within a range, enter the bounds of that range using the lower_limit and upper_limit arguments.

**How do you write less than greater than in Excel?**

Greater than, less than, greater than or equal to, less than or equal to

- Greater than (>)
- Greater than or equal to (>=)
- Less than (<)
- Less than or equal to (<=)

**How do I apply less than and greater than in Excel?**

#### How do I filter less than greater than in Excel?

Select any cell within the range. Select Data > Filter. Select Text Filters or Number Filters, and then select a comparison, like Between. Enter the filter criteria and select OK.

**How do you filter greater than less than?**

Less-than and greater-than range filters

- To make a less-than query, use only the < (less-than) operator.
- To make a greater-than query, use only the > (greater-than) operator.

**When would you use a binomial distribution?**

Use Binomial Distribution when you are sampling with replacement. When the probability of success is not constant for an event. Ex. The probability of it snowing or not snowing in NYC would not fit the criteria for a Binomial Distribution because the probability of success is not constant.

## What is the formula for binomial distribution?

n = the number of experiments

**How to graph the binomial distribution?**

– x is a vector of numbers. – p is a vector of probabilities. – n is number of observations. – size is the number of trials. – prob is the probability of success of each trial.

**How do you calculate binomial probability distribution?**

Binomial Random Variable X. The probability mass function of a binomial random variable X is: f ( x) = ( n x) p x ( 1 − p) n − x. We denote the binomial distribution as b ( n, p). That is, we say: X ∼ b ( n, p) where the tilde ( ∼) is read “as distributed as,” and n and p are called parameters of the distribution.