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Google Sheets

The BINOM.INV function in Google Sheets can be used to calculate the probability of obtaining a certain number of successes in a given number of trials. For example, if you wanted to know the probability of getting exactly two successes in five trials, you would use the BINOM.INV function with the parameters of 5, 2, and False (which stands for "not including the possibility of getting no successes"). This function would return the probability of 0.1406, or 14.06%.

The syntax of BINOM.INV in Google Sheets is as follows:

=BINOM.INV(number_of_successes, number_of_trials, probability_of_success)

Binomial distribution is used to calculate the probability of success in a certain number of trials. To use the function in Google Sheets, you need to input the number of trials, the probability of success, and the number of failures. An example of how to use the function is if you want to know the probability of getting at least 5 heads in 10 coin flips. The number of trials is 10, the probability of success is 1/2 or 0.5, and the number of failures is 9. The function would be written as =BINOM.INV(10, 0.5, 9). This function will return the probability of getting at least 5 heads in 10 flips which is 0.722.

There are a few occasions when you should not use the BINOM.INV function in Google Sheets. One such occasion is when you do not have enough data to accurately calculate the function's output. Additionally, you should not use BINOM.INV when the probability of success is not evenly distributed, as this function is only designed to work with evenly distributed data.

There are a few similar formulae to BINOM.INV in Google Sheets. The MATCH.INV function can be used to calculate the inverse of the MATCH function. The VLOOKUP.INV function can be used to calculate the inverse of the VLOOKUP function. The HLOOKUP.INV function can be used to calculate the inverse of the HLOOKUP function. The INDEX.INV function can be used to calculate the inverse of the INDEX function. The OFFSET.INV function can be used to calculate the inverse of the OFFSET function.

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