Students will be able to
- explain why a random variable is binomial or not from a given context,
- identify the parameters of a binomial random variable given a context,
- calculate probabilities of events for a binomial random variable using its probability distribution function,
- calculate probabilities using the cumulative distribution of a binomial random variable by using either a binomial distribution table or a calculator,
- calculate probabilities using the cumulative distribution of a binomial random variable involving the complement rule and/or the difference rule,
- find the largest or smallest value of a binomial random variable such that the probability that variable is less than or greater than the value is smaller than a given value,
- solve real-world problems involving binomial probability distributions.