# Generating numbers with mean and variance [Solved!]

**Alex** 26 Nov 2015, 09:13

### My question

how to generate numbers with given mean and variance in binomial theorem?

### Relevant page

Series and the Binomial Theorem

### What I've done so far

Trial and error, but it didn't get me very far!

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how to generate numbers with given mean and variance in binomial theorem?

Relevant page
<a href="/series-binomial-theorem/series-introduction.php">Series and the Binomial Theorem</a>
What I've done so far
Trial and error, but it didn't get me very far!

## Re: Generating numbers with mean and variance

**Murray** 26 Nov 2015, 19:53

I think you mean generating numbers for a binomial **distribution**, right?

12. Binomial Probability Distributions

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I think you mean generating numbers for a binomial <b>distribution</b>, right?
<a href="/counting-probability/12-binomial-probability-distributions.php">12. Binomial Probability Distributions</a>

## Re: Generating numbers with mean and variance

**Alex** 27 Nov 2015, 16:47

Yes, that seems like what I want.

So, how do i do it?

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Yes, that seems like what I want.
So, how do i do it?

## Re: Generating numbers with mean and variance

**Murray** 28 Nov 2015, 11:20

Please ask your question in the appropriate forum section, here:

Counting and Probability

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Please ask your question in the appropriate forum section, here:
<a href="http://www.intmath.com/forum/counting-and-probability-8/">Counting and Probability</a>

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