For a sample of n = 100, what is the standard deviation of the binomial distribution with p = .20 and q = .80?

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Variance=npq=100*0.2*0.8=16 and SD is square root of variance=4. So the standard deviation is 4.

answered Apr 17 by Rod Top Rated User (582,800 points)

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