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Topic: P(m,n)=C(m,n)*p^m*q^(n-m) generalization
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From: moscow
Registered: 2/9/09
P(m,n)=C(m,n)*p^m*q^(n-m) generalization
Posted: Feb 9, 2009 11:24 AM
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how to generalize formula P(m,n)=C(m,n)*p^m*q^(n-m) if random variables are correlated (assume ro=const)?

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