Suppose we have two series of independent Bernoulli experiments with unknown probabilities ##p_1## and ##p_2##. The first series registers ##x_1## successes in ##n_1## trials while the second series registers ##x_2## successes in ##n_2## trials. Is there a way that we can compute probability ##\mathbb{P}(p_1\geq p_2)##?(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

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# Comparing probabilities of Binomially-distributed RVs

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