Enter the number of trials, number of successes, and probability of success on trial into the calculator to determine the negative binomial.
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Negative Binomial Formula
The following formula can be used to calculate the negative binomial of distribution.
P = k*(1-p)/p
- Where P is the negative binomial
- p is the probability of success
- k is the number of success
Negative Binomial Definition
A negative binomial, or pascal distribution, is the probability that the solution of some statistical model will behave the same number of successes in a sequence as a Bernoulli trial.
Negative Binomial Example
How to calculate a negative binomial?
- First, determine the number of successes.
Measure the total number of successes.
- Next, determine the total probability of success.
Calculate the probability of success.
- Finally, calculate the negative binomial.
Calculate the negative binomial using the formula above.
Also known as pascal distribution, a negative binomial distribution is a probability solution that models the number of successes in a sequence of Bernoulli trials.