Suppose we roll a fair four-sided die 11 times. Let **X** be the __count__ of 3s rolled. Then **X** has a binomial distribution with n = 11 and p = 0.25.

How to find the probability of:

a) P(**X** = 0) =

P(**X** = 3)=

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# Suppose we roll a fair four-sided die 11 times. Let X be the count of 3s rolled. Then X has a binomial distribution with n = 11 and p = 0. How to…

Suppose we roll a fair four-sided die 11 times. Let **X** be the __count__ of 3s rolled. Then **X** has a binomial distribution with n = 11 and p = 0.25.

How to find the probability of:

a) P(**X** = 0) =

P(**X** = 3)=