In part 2 of my lecture about the Binomial Setting, I show how to set up a probability distribution function for a binomial variable when x is defined as the number of successes. I then introduce how to find probabilities of binomial events through Normal Approximation and compare this process with the exact values we get with binompdf and binomcdf from a calculator.
In this series, the very helpful and fun math teacher Mr. Rob Tarrou teaches students everything they need to know to get a 5/5 on their AP Statistics exam by the College Board. His videos are friendly, easy to understand, entertaining, and very well organized, all thanks to Mr. Tarrou great dedication to teaching and enthusiasm for mathematics