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Bernoulli trials

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plural noun Mathematics.

repeated independent experiments having two possible outcomes for each experiment with the probability for each outcome remaining constant throughout the experiments, as tossing a coin several times.

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Origin of Bernoulli trials

First recorded in 1950–55; named after Jakob Bernoulli
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