Binomial

Nancy dancing lesson is at 9:00AM
with 0.06 probability that she catch it.
The expected number of lessons she might catch is 15.
Find the probability that she catches the first 5 lessons.

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  1. Hmmmm. Prob of .06 that she gets the first lesson, but what is the probably for later lessons? Are the lessons sequential? Like one per hour?
    You have a time issue here, honestly I do not see how this is a binomial distribution.

  2. catch means attend

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