If 62% of families watch TV during dinner, what is the probability that 4 of 6 families selected at random watch TV at dinner?
How do you find the probability of an event using binomial probability?
What are all possibilities for six families watching TV?
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Binomial probability is explained with a common example problem. A fun video and song are used to motivate you as you work on the problems. The example is explained in a very clear and easy to understand way.