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Press MENU after turning the calculator ON
Use the navigation keys to highlight STAT and press ENTER/EXE
The TAB above the F4 key is DIST
Press [F4:Dist] to access the distributions
Press [F5:BINM]
You get the two binomial distributions that are available.
Select the one of interest to you and complete the command.

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