Can I measure the probability of a person being at a certain end location after n steps using the binomial distribution if,
probability student goes x=x+3 is 0 <= p <0.5 , x=x-1 is 0<= 0.5 p <1.
x=x+3 is 0 <= p <0.5
x=x-1 is 0<= 0.5 p <1
The Attempt at a Solution
I know that I can do this for x=x+1 0<=p<0.5 and x=x-1 0.5<=p<1
And I know it doesn't work if it's position based, so for example at x=10, the probabilities changed.
But, can I do it if they move a larger distance in one direction than the other such as the example I have posted?