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Can the mean of a binomial distribution be less than its variance?
Let X be a binomial variate with parameters in and p.
Mean = np
Variance = npq
Mean - Variance = np – npq
= np(1 - q)
= np2 > 0
So, Mean – Variance > 0
⇒ Mean >Variance
So, mean can never be less than variance.