When working on probability distribution in Excel, you have a lot of ways to handle it, you can use the T.DIST.2T function in Excel to support and solve. Please follow the syntax and examples below to know how to use this function.
Jaw T.DIST.2T is used when you want to calculate the two-tailed Student’s t-distribution in Excel. This function is also one of the functions in the statistical function group that is very popular with users today.
T.DIST.2T function in Excel
How to use T.DIST.2T in Excel?
1. Description and syntax used
This is the calculation function that returns the two-tailed Student’s t-distribution. Using this function, you can use them to test hypotheses for small data sets.
T.DIST.2T (x, deg_freedom)
– X: The value used to evaluate the distribution, is a required parameter.
– Deg_freedom: Number of degrees of the distribution, is a required parameter.
– Any argument that is not a number -> function returns an error value #VALUE!
– If Deg_freedomfirst -> function returns error value #NUM!
– Minimum value of Deg_freedom must equal 1.
– If X less than 0, the function returns the error value #NUM!
2. Examples of specific situations
Suppose you need to calculate the Student 2 t-distribution as described in the following data table:
Step 1: In the cell to calculate -> you enter the formula: = T.DIST.2T (C3, C4)
Step 2: Press Enter -> The 2-t Student t-distribution results are:
– If the number of degrees of freedom is less than 1 -> the function returns the error value #NUM!
– Where the value to evaluate distribution is less than 0 -> the function returns the error value #NUM!
– If any argument is not a number -> the function returns an error value #VALUE!
The above is a tutorial with some specific examples when you use T.DIST.2Tin Excel. Use this function to help you calculate the two-tailed Student’s t-distribution in Excel.
Also, if you need a calculation to return the Student’s t-distribution on the left or right, you can refer to how to use the function. T.DIST and jaw T.DIST.RT for their syntax and usage. Good luck!
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