The Binomial Distribution Table is a helpful tool in statistics for calculating the probability of observing a specific number of successes in a series of independent trials, each with two possible outcomes (success or failure). Here’s how it works:

**What it shows:**

- The table lists probabilities for different numbers of successes (“r”) out of a total number of trials (“n”), given a specific probability of success (“p”) for each trial.
- It covers a range of possible “n” and “p” values, but you might need to refer to more comprehensive tables or use software for less common combinations.

**How to use it:**

**Identify the parameters of your situation:****n:**The number of trials (e.g., flipping a coin 10 times).**p:**The probability of success in each trial (e.g., getting heads with a fair coin, which is p = 0.5).

**Locate the table for your “n” value.**Typically, separate tables exist for different n values.**Find the row with your desired “r” (number of successes).****Find the column with your “p” value.**Look for the closest probability if an exact match isn’t available.**Read the value at the intersection of the row and column.**This represents the probability of observing “r” successes in “n” trials with probability “p” for each trial.