How it works: The calculator above takes the place of the traditional textbook table. Students should enter the proper binomial parameters (n and p) for the distribution they are interested in calculating probabilities for. Students specify the relevant "x" value and then select among choices such as "exactly", "no more than", etc. Hit "Compute!" to get the answer.
<param name=normaloverlay value="false"> - If this value is "true", the normal density will be overlayed on the graphic.