
1.
A coin is tossed 4 times. Create a binomial distribution illustrating the probabilities of all possible numbers of heads.

2.
10% of the employees in an organization are vegan. There are 5 employees sitting in the cafeteria. Determine the correct binomial distribution that displays all possibilities of having vegan employees in the cafeteria.

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A fair die is rolled 4 times and getting a 6 is considered to be the success of the event. Which of the following options is the binomial distribution that represents the probabilities of all possible successes?

4.
About 60% of the students in Mr. Brown's class are good at mathematics. He chooses 6 students to participate in a quiz at random. Which of the following choices correctly display the probabilities of the number of students who are good at mathematics?

5.
About 25% of the workers in a company are dust allergic. There are 5 workers in the meeting room. Determine the correct binomial distribution displaying the probabilities of all possible numbers of having dust allergic workers.

6.
A fair coin is tossed 7 times and getting a tail is considered to be a success. Draw a binomial distribution representing all probabilities of the possible number of successes.

7.
In a class, 80% of the students know how to swim. Mrs. Murphy chooses 3 children at random. Create a binomial distribution showing the probabilities of having children who know swimming.

8.
A bag contains 5 red and 6 green balls. Create a binomial distribution for drawing 3 balls at random and having all possible outcomes of having red balls.

9.
A spinner has 4 equal sections marked A, B, C, and D. Mr. Lee spins the spinner 5 times, and getting the arrow on A is a success. Select the correct binomial distribution from the options that shows the possibilities of successes.

10.
A deck of playing cards is shuffled 3 times and if an ace appears at the top is considered to be a success of the shuffle. Identify the correct binomial distribution for probabilities of all possible successes.

11.
In a class, 70% of the students are boys. Mrs. Smith chooses 5 students at random. Determine the correct binomial distribution that displays the probabilities of all possible numbers of successes.

12.
John draws a ball from a bag having 6 black and 7 white balls. four times. He gets a toffee on drawing a white ball. Draw a binomial distribution that illustrates probabilities of all possible numbers of successes.

13.
A fair coin is tossed 8 times and getting head is considered to be the success of the event. Which of the following is the correct binomial distribution representing all probabilities of possible numbers of successes?

14.
A fair die is rolled 6 times and getting a number divisible by 3 is considered a success of the roll. Create a binomial distribution that illustrates probabilities of all possible numbers of successes.

15.
90% of the bulbs manufactured in a factory are perfectly working. An employee draws 7 bulbs at random. Identify the correct binomial distribution that displays the probabilities of all possible numbers of successes.

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1 out of 20 individuals has a habit of biting nails. 10 individuals are standing at a bus stop. Which of the following options is the correct binomial distribution that represents probabilities of all possible numbers of successes?

17.
A fair die is rolled 5 times considering the appearance of 1 as a success. Sketch a binomial distribution that illustrates probabilities of all possible numbers of successes.

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A fair coin is tossed 5 times and getting tail is considered the success of the event. Choose the correct binomial distribution representing all probabilities of all possible numbers of successes.

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40% of the students are lefty. A class teacher writes 6 names at random in her notebook. Which of the given choices is the correct binomial distribution that represents probabilities of all possible numbers of successes?

20.
30% of the employees in an American company are immigrants from other nations. Three employees are competing for the position of manager. Select the correct binomial distribution that displays the probabilities of all possible numbers of successes.

21.
A spinner, which is divided into two sections with colors red and blue, is spun 10 times. Getting a red color after the spinner stops is considered a success. Create a binomial distribution that displays the probabilities of all possible numbers of successes.

22.
20% of the employees in a company are fond of tea. There are 5 employees in an elevator. Determine the correct binomial distribution that represents the probabilities of all possible numbers of successes.

23.
Mr. Lee tosses a coin 6 times and considers the head as a success. Which of the given options is the correct binomial distribution that shows the probabilities of all possible numbers of successes?

24.
A bag contains 7 blue and 8 green marbles. A child likes blue marbles and he draws marbles 7 times. Draw a binomial distribution that displays the probabilities of all possible numbers of successes.

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30% of the students in a college eat their lunch in the mess. 8 students gave their names for participating in the annual sports meet. Select the correct binomial distribution that represents the probabilities of all possible numbers of successes.

26.
A die is rolled 10 times and getting 5 is considered to be a success of the roll. Which of the following choices is the correct binomial distribution that shows the probabilities of all possible numbers of successes?

27.
About 70% of the candies in a box are sugarfree. Addie takes out 5 candies at random. Sketch a binomial distribution that displays the probabilities of all possible numbers of successes.

28.
8 out of 20 students in Mrs. Luiy's class come to school by bus. She chooses 6 students a random. Identify the correct binomial distribution that represents the probabilities of all possible numbers of successes.

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80% of the children have the natural color of eyes. 8 children are playing in the garden. Which of the given choices is the correct binomial distribution that shows the probabilities of all possible numbers of successes?

30.
About 75% of the cards in a bag are golden and others are purple. Ruby draws a card from the bag 10 times and when she draws a golden card, she calls it a win. Create a binomial distribution that displays the probabilities of all possible numbers of successes.