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info about negative binomial
01172018 08:07 PM  edited 01172018 08:14 PM
hello i have some issues about the negative binomial distribution
the help in the calculator doesnt specify what are the parameters that i need in the negbinomial function.
it says that there are a n,k, and x.
i want to know what values the function negbinomial (n,k,x) need to reproduce the answer thanks
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01172018 09:18 PM  edited 01222018 06:47 PM
Hi!, @jose_cardenas:
You can see, from User Guide, in page 445 of Catlg Menu ... https://support.hp.com/usen/product/hpprimegraphingcalculator/5367459/manuals
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01222018 09:17 AM  edited 01222018 09:22 AM
@jose_cardenas wrote:hello i have some issues about the negative binomial distribution
the help in the calculator doesnt specify what are the parameters that i need in the negbinomial function.
it says that there are a n,k, and x.
i want to know what values the function negbinomial (n,k,x) need to reproduce the answer thanks
The Help information is insufficient here.
n = the number of successes, including the last one.
k = the number of failures
x = probability that an individual trial is a succes.
So the total number of trials is n+k.
Negbinomial (n,k,x) gives the probability of observing the nth success at the (n+k)th trial.
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