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How to find a number of trials?How to find n in the equation: Here cdf_binomial() is a distribution function of binomial random variable: By trial and error I found that n=164. But is it possible to express n for a direct calculation? How did people solve such problems before the age of computers? Last edited by White_Owl (20130408 11:29:24) 