HW2 Q1 (generating a binomial distribution)
Hi All,
Here is the code I wrote for hw2_q1: from random import randint import seaborn as sns import numpy as np N = 100000 v_first = np.zeros(N) v_min = np.zeros(N) v_rand = np.zeros(N) #Loop starts for i in range(N): n,p = 10, 0.5 flips = np.random.binomial(n, p, 1000) first_coin = 0 min_coin = np.argmin(flips) rand_coin = np.random.randint(0,1000) v_first[i] = flips[first_coin] v_min[i] = flips[min_coin] v_rand[i] = flips[rand_coin] #Loop ends print np.average(v_min) My answer turns out to be 0.367, while the correct answer is 0.01. Could someone please point out where I am going wrong? 
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