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The Poisson random variable was first introduced by the French mathematician Simeon-Denis Poisson (1781-1840). He discovered it as a limit to the binomial distribution as the number of trials . n. approaches infinity..

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Named After Siméon-Denis Poisson. What’s The Big Deal?. Binomial and Geometric distributions only work when we have Bernoulli trials.. There are three conditions for those.. They happen often enough, to be sure, but a good many situations do not fit those models..

The Geometric and Poisson Distributions Geometric Distribution – A geometric distribution shows the number of trials needed until a success is achieved. Example: When shooting baskets, what is the probability that the first time you make the basket will be the fourth time you shoot the ball?

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