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- Apply binomial distribution concepts to answer this
- On glassdoor, one user has a correct answer:
- Bin(100, 0.04,1)

Bin(100, 0.04, 0)Bin(n,p,r) = Binomial distribution for n trials, p probability of being ad and r number of ads

- Bin(100, 0.04,1)
- Here’s the visualization: (Excel formula: BINOM.DIST(N,100,4%,FALSE) where N is the number of ads.

Basics of binomial distribution is here: https://www.khanacademy.org/math/statistics-probability/random-variables-stats-library/binomial-random-variables/v/generalizing-k-scores-in-n-attempts

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