- Bernoulli distribution theorem trial
- Ber·noul·li distribution, theorem, trial (bər-nooґle) (bār-noo-eґ) [Jakob
*Bernoulli,*Swiss mathematician, 1654â€“1705] see under*distribution, theorem,*and*trial.*

*Medical dictionary.
2011.*

- Bernoulli distribution theorem trial
- Ber·noul·li distribution, theorem, trial (bər-nooґle) (bār-noo-eґ) [Jakob
*Bernoulli,*Swiss mathematician, 1654â€“1705] see under*distribution, theorem,*and*trial.*

*Medical dictionary.
2011.*

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