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## What is the expectation for a binomial distribution?

The expected value, or mean, of a binomial distribution, is calculated by multiplying the number of trials (n) by the probability of successes (p), or n x p. For example, the expected value of the number of heads in 100 trials of head and tales is 50, or (100 * 0.5).

**What is the expectation of a distribution?**

In a probability distribution , the weighted average of possible values of a random variable, with weights given by their respective theoretical probabilities, is known as the expected value , usually represented by E(x) .

**What is the formula for the expected value of a binomial random variable?**

The formula for the Expected Value for a binomial random variable is: P(x) * X.

### What is the meaning of expectation?

The expectation is the average value or mean of a random variable not a probability distribution. As such it is for discrete random variables the weighted average of the values the random variable takes on where the weighting is according to the relative frequency of occurrence of those individual values.

**How do you calculate variance and expectation?**

The variance measures the amount of variability of the RV X around E(X). Definition 2.3. 2. The variance of an RV X is the expectation of the RV Y=(X−E(X))2: Var(X)=E((X−E(X))2).

**Is expectation the same as mean?**

While mean is the simple average of all the values, expected value of expectation is the average value of a random variable which is probability-weighted. The concept of expectation can be easily understood by an example that involves tossing up a coin 10 times.

#### What is expectation and variance?

Given a random variable, we often compute the expectation and variance, two important summary statistics. The expectation describes the average value and the variance describes the spread (amount of variability) around the expectation.

**What is NP and Q in binomial distribution?**

The letter p denotes the probability of a success on one trial and q denotes the probability of a failure on one trial. The n trials are independent and are repeated using identical conditions.

**How do you find the p and Q values in a binomial distribution?**

The binomial distribution formula is for any random variable X, given by; P(x:n,p) = nCx x px (1-p)n-x Or P(x:n,p) = nCx x px (q)n-x, where, n is the number of experiments, p is probability of success in a single experiment, q is probability of failure in a single experiment (= 1 – p) and takes values as 0, 1, 2, 3, 4.

## What is the expectation in probability?

In probability and statistics, the expectation or expected value, is the weighted average value of a random variable.

**What is the expectation of a variance?**

The expectation describes the average value and the variance describes the spread (amount of variability) around the expectation.