# What does Binomcdf mean on calculator?

## What does Binomcdf mean on calculator?

BinomPDF and BinomCDF are both functions to evaluate binomial distributions on a TI graphing calculator. Both will give you probabilities for binomial distributions. The main difference is that BinomCDF gives you cumulative probabilities.

**How do you do 1 Binomcdf on TI 84?**

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- Step 1: Go to the distributions menu on the calculator and select binomcdf. To get to this menu, press: followed by.
- Step 2: Enter the required data. In this problem, there are 9 people selected (n = number of trials = 9). The probability of success is 0.62 and we are finding P(X ≤ 6).

### What is BinomPDF and Binomcdf?

binompdf(n, p, x): Finds the probability that exactly x successes occur during n trials where the probability of success on a given trial is equal to p. binomcdf(n, p, x): Finds the probability that x successes or fewer occur during n trials where the probability of success on a given trial is equal to p.

**What is the difference between CDF and pdf?**

Probability Density Function (PDF) vs Cumulative Distribution Function (CDF) The CDF is the probability that random variable values less than or equal to x whereas the PDF is a probability that a random variable, say X, will take a value exactly equal to x.

#### What is the difference between Geometpdf and Geometcdf?

Here geometpdf represents geometric probability density function. It is used to find the probability that a geometric random variable is equal to an exact value. p is the probability of a success and number is the value. To calculate the cumulative probability P(x ≤ value): use geometcdf(p, number).

**How is Geometcdf calculated?**

To calculate the cumulative probability P(x ≤ value): use geometcdf(p, number). Here geometcdf represents geometric cumulative distribution function. It is used to determine the probability of “at most” type of problem, the probability that a geometric random variable is less than or equal to a value.