Generate Binomial random numbers.

## Description

The binomial distribution is calculated by first calculating the natural logarithm of each term and then applying the exponential function to the result. (See java source code for real function Binomial). Generate each binomial random number using a uniform random number as a search key into the cumulative density function to locate the integer value. (See java source code for real function BinomialRandom.) As a check for this calculation, count the number of random numbers for each value of k using real function BinomialRandomCnt. The binomial Distribution is plotted (See plot page BinomialDist) with the counts of the random numbers normalized by the total number of random numbers generated. For p=0.5, the Bernoulli numbers are calculated as a check. It is not necessary to include or call the BinomialRandomCnt java code if the checking routine is not counted. The program is demonstrated for n=8, p=0.5. As t.max is increased, the difference between Binomial(k,n,p) and the distribution of the generated binomial random numbers equal to k becomes smaller and smaller. Try setting t.max to 1.0E5

## Equations

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