Bernoulli trials are random experiments with two possible outcomes: "yes" and "no" (in the case of polls), "success" and "failure" (in the case of gambling or clinical trials). The trials are independent from each other: for instance tossing a coin multiple times, or testing the success of a new drug against a specific medical condition, on multiple patients: improvements for a specific patient…
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