6.5 Computing for Geometric Probability Experiment


This statistics lesson on computing for the probability in a geometric experiment and solving for the mean and variance of a geometric distribution. Geometric distribution or negative binomial distribution is another type of discrete random variable. In this distribution, the number of trial of an event is not given. The formula used in solving geometric probability distribution is going to be used in this experiment.

This lesson also shows you how to compute for the mean or expected value of the distribution and the variance and standard deviation of this distribution.


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