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I can't think of a case when you would want to convert a normal probability problem to a binomial probability problem, normally (no pun intended) you do it the other way around because calculating the probability that x is between a range of values is way easier using the normal distribution than using the binomial distribution if all you have is the binomial probability formula.
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What does it mean to "convert a normal distribution to a binomial distribution"?

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