Inverse Hypergeometric - definition

Richard Conrardy shared this question 2 years ago
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Using the commands hypergeometric and inversehypergeometric, I get results that seem conflicting wit the definitions.

HyperGeometric(60, 10, 20, 3, true)

result is 0.56

InverseHyperGeometric(60, 10, 20, 0.5)

result is 4

Per definition the inverse Hypergeometric is the lowest integer so that the probability is higher than 0.5 here. Thus the InverseHypergeometric should result in 3, should it not?

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