# Binomial Distribution

A discrete probability distribution $$Binom(n, p)$$ having the PMF
$p_{n,p}(k) = {}^nC_k \times p^k \times (1-p)^{n-k}$
that governs the probability that, for $$n$$ independent experiments with a probability of success $$p$$, there are $$k$$ successes where $$k$$ is greater than or equal to zero and less than or equal to $$n$$ and $${}^nC_k$$ is the combination of $$k$$ from $$n$$ objects. If $$n$$ equals one then it is identical to the Bernoulli distribution.

### Gallimaufry

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