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Consider a basketball game where a player throws from the free throw line. Her success rate is 65%. If she throws 10 times in a game determine the following:The mean and standard deviation of this binomial distribution.

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    You know that p=.65 and q =.35 and n=10

    Mean is np

    SD = the square root of (npq)

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    1.508

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