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An experiment having only two possible outcomes, usually denoted success and failure, with the properties that the probability of occurrence of each outcome is the same in each trial and the occurrence of one excludes the occurrence of the other in any given trial.
[After Jakob Bernoulli.]
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[named after Jacques Bernoulli]
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