School Subjects

Math and Arithmetic

Statistics

Probability

# What describes the possible outcomes of any single trial of a ninomial distribution experiment?

123

## Answer

###### Wiki User

###### 12/15/2008

an outcome

## Related Questions

###### Asked in Economics

### What describes the properties that determine the outcomes in a free-market system?

Distribution decisions

Read More

###### Asked in Math and Arithmetic, Statistics, Probability

### What is a listing of all possible outcomes of an experiment and their corresponding probability of occurrence is called?

It is the probability distribution.

Read More

###### Asked in Statistics

### When is binomial distribution used?

Binomial distribution is learned about in most statistic
courses. You could use them in experiments when there are two
possible outcomes and each experiment is independent.
...

Read More

###### Asked in Math and Arithmetic, Statistics, Probability

### Total possible outcomes?

Is the number of all possible outcomes of an experiment. The
number depends on the experiment.
...

Read More

###### Asked in Math and Arithmetic, Statistics, Probability

### What are four requirements for binomial distribution?

A binomial experiment is a probability experiment that
satisfies the following four requirements:
1. Each trial can have only two outcomes or outcomes that can be
reduced to two outcomes. These outcomes can be considered as either
success or failure.
2. There must be a fixed number of trials.
3. The outcomes of each trial must be independent of each
other.
4. The probability of a success must remain the same for each
trial.
...

Read More

###### Asked in Math and Arithmetic, Statistics, Probability, Numerical Series Expansion

### Is the binomial distribution is a continuous distribution?

No it is a "discrete" distribution because the outcomes can only
be integers.
...

Read More

###### Asked in Statistics, Probability

### Can a probability distribution be a mutually exclusive listing of the outcomes of an experiment which can occur by chance and the corresponding probabilities of occurrance?

Yes, but only for a discrete variable with a finite number of
possible outcomes.
...

Read More

###### Asked in Statistics

### How do you construct an frequency distribution table?

You carry out an experiment a number of times. You make a list
of all possible outcomes and record the number of times that
outcome occurred.
...

Read More

###### Asked in Probability

### How do you obtain a probability distribution?

Find all the possible outcomes and the probabilities associated
with each. That information comprises the probability
distribution.
Find all the possible outcomes and the probabilities associated
with each. That information comprises the probability
distribution.
Find all the possible outcomes and the probabilities associated
with each. That information comprises the probability
distribution.
Find all the possible outcomes and the probabilities associated
with each. That information comprises the probability
distribution.
...

Read More

###### Asked in Math and Arithmetic, Statistics, Probability

### What is a sample space for an experiment?

It is the set of all possible outcomes of the experiment.

Read More

###### Asked in Math and Arithmetic, Probability

### When do you use theoretical probability?

When you have a model that describes the required situation well
enough so that you can use scientific laws to calculate the
probabilities of the outcomes of the experiment.
...

Read More

###### Asked in Science Experiments

### What is a conclusion in a science experiment?

A conclusion in a science experiment is the result that will be
achieved. Any experiment will have a list of possible outcomes.
...

Read More

###### Asked in Math and Arithmetic, Statistics, Numerical Series Expansion

### How many experimental outcomes are possible for the binomial and the Poisson distributions?

The binomial distribution is a discrete probability
distribution. The number of possible outcomes depends on the number
of possible successes in a given trial. For the Poisson
distribution there are Infinitely many.
...

Read More

###### Asked in Probability

### What occurs when conducting a probability experiment?

An experiment is carried out repeatedly. The total number of
times the experiment is conducted and the number of times in which
the results are outcomes of interest are recorded. These counts are
then used to calculate the experimental probabilities of the
outcomes.
...

Read More

###### Asked in Statistics

### What do you call all possible outcomes of an experiment?

All possible outcomes of an experiment is known as a sample
space. This will include an exhaustive list of all the possible
results to be achieved.
...

Read More

###### Asked in Science Experiments

### What do you think will happen in an experiment?

That depends entirely upon what the experiment is designed to
prove! Every experiment is different and will have different
outcomes.
...

Read More

###### Asked in Consumer Electronics, Geology

### What is the variable in a science experiment?

The element of the experiment that the scientist changes in
order to observe different outcomes.
...

Read More

###### Asked in Math and Arithmetic, Statistics, Probability

### What does standard deviation provide when measuring the range of possible outcomes of a distribution?

It is a measure of the spread of the outcomes around the mean
value.

Read More

###### Asked in Physics

### What is bernoulli's experiment?

The Bernoulli experiment is a trial that has two different
outcomes, failure and success. The experiment can be used in
flipping a coin or rolling a die.
...

Read More

###### Asked in Business & Finance

### What is an example of a binomial experiment?

A binomial experiment is a experiment that consists of repeated
trails, with two possible outcomes. An example of this would be a
coin toss.ÃŠ
...

Read More

###### Asked in Statistics

### What is the set of all possible outcomes of an experiment?

The set of all possible outcomes of a random experiment is
nothing but sample space usually denoted by S. we can also call it
as event.
For example our experiment is rolling a dice, then our sample
space is
S= {1,2,3,4,5,6}
...

Read More

###### Asked in Business & Finance, Probability

### Can a binomial experiment be used to find the probability of 4 outcomes of .20 and 16?

If the question is about 4 successful outcomes out of 16 trials,
when the probability of success in any single trial is 0.20 and
independent of the outcomes of other trials, then the answer is,
yes, the binomial experiment can be used.
...

Read More

###### Asked in Probability

### What is The set of all possible outcomes in a probability experiment is the?

It is the outcome space.

Read More

###### Asked in Math and Arithmetic, Statistics, Probability

### How do i find the sum of outcomes in probability?

Select an experiment that has a random result rather than one
that is deterministic. The result of the experiment is the outcome
of the probabilistic experiment.
...

Read More

###### Asked in Math and Arithmetic, Statistics, Probability

### Is rolling a single loaded die 58 times keeping track of the numbers tat are rolled binomial distrubition?

No. A binomial distribution consists of trials with only two
possible outcomes. The experiment described in the question has six
- unless the die is so seriously loaded that only two outcomes are
possible.
...

Read More