## How do you use BINOM.INV in Google Sheets?

The BINOM.INV function in Google Sheets is used to calculate the probability of success of an event when there are a fixed number of trials and a known probability of success for each trial. The function takes four arguments: (n, p, x, type). The n argument is the number of trials, the p argument is the probability of success for each trial, the x argument is the number of successes, and the type argument is the type of return value (either a single value or a range of values). The function returns the probability of x successes in n trials, or the inverse of the cumulative binomial distribution function, if x is less than or equal to n.

## What is the syntax of BINOM.INV in Google Sheets?

The syntax of BINOM.INV in Google Sheets is as follows: BINOM.INV(number_of_trials, probability_of_success, number_of_failures)

## What is an example of how to use BINOM.INV in Google Sheets?

To calculate the probability of getting a certain number of heads when flipping a coin, you can use the BINOM.INV function in Google Sheets. For example, if you want to know the probability of flipping two heads in a row, you would enter the following formula in a cell: =BINOM.INV(2,6,0.5) This would return the probability of 0.077, or 7.7%.

## When should you not use BINOM.INV in Google Sheets?

The BINOM.INV function should not be used when there are an insufficient number of trials or an insufficient number of successes. Additionally, the BINOM.INV function should not be used when the probability of success is not known.

## What are some similar formulae to BINOM.INV in Google Sheets?

One possible similar formula is the GOOGLEFINANCE function, which uses the historical stock prices of a given company to calculate the value of its stock. Another possible formula is the PERCENTILE.INC function, which calculates the percentile rank of a given value within a given set of data. Finally, the QUARTILE.INC function calculates the quartile rank of a given value within a given set of data.