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Publisher: South-Western College Pub
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ISBN: 9780357045435
Chapter 11.2, Problem 13E
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Find the following F distribution values from Table 4 of Appendix B.

  1. a. F.05 with degrees of freedom 5 and 10
  2. b. F.025 with degrees of freedom 20 and 15
  3. c. F.01 with degrees of freedom 8 and 12
  4. d. F.10 with degrees of freedom 10 and 20

a.

To determine

Find the value of F0.05 with degrees of freedom 5 and 10 using Table 4 of Appendix B.

Explanation of Solution

Calculation:

Procedure:

Step by step procedure to obtain the value of F0.05 using Table 4 of Appendix B is given below:

  • Locate the value 10 and α=0.05 in the left column of the table

b.

To determine

Find the value of F0.025 with degrees of freedom 20 and 15 using Table 4 of Appendix B.

c.

To determine

Find the value of F0.01 with degrees of freedom 8 and 12 using Table 4 of Appendix B.

d.

To determine

Find the value of F0.10 with degrees of freedom 10 and 20 using Table 4 of Appendix B.

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