In conducting probability analysis, the two variables that take account of the chance of an event happening are **N** (number of observations) and **λ** (lambda – our hit rate/chance of occurrence in a single interval). When we talk about a cumulative binomial probability distribution, we mean to say that the greater the number of trials, the higher the overall probability of an event occurring.

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