Posted by **urmila** on Tuesday, January 10, 2012 at 7:18am.

show that in the binomial distribution (q+p)^n the ratio of the mean deviation about about the mean to standard deviation is 2/(npq)^0.5*n-1 cµ-1p^µ-1 q^n-µ where µ is the greatest integer contained in np+1 . find the limits of the above ratio as n tends to infinity.

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