Appendix J Tables

Table J.1aJ.1b Factors for calculating two-sided statistical intervals for a normal distribution
Table J.2aJ.2b Further factors for calculating two-sided statistical intervals for a normal distribution
Table J.3aJ.3b Factors for calculating one-sided statistical bounds for a normal distribution
Table J.4aJ.4b Further factors for calculating one-sided statistical bounds for a normal distribution
Table J.5aJ.5b Factors for calculating normal distribution two-sided tolerance intervals to control the center of a distribution
Table J.6aJ.6b Factors for calculating normal distribution two-sided tolerance intervals to control both tails of a distribution
Table J.7aJ.7d Factors for calculating two-sided confidence intervals and one-sided confidence bounds for normal distribution quantiles or normal distribution one-sided tolerance bounds
Table J.8 Factors for calculating normal distribution two-sided prediction intervals for m future observations
Table J.9 Factors for calculating normal distribution one-sided prediction bounds for m future observations
Table J.10aJ.10c Order statistics and u and actual confidence levels for two-sided distribution-free confidence intervals for the p quantile, for various sample sizes n and nominal 100(1 − α)% confidence levels
Table J.11 Value ν needed to obtain a two-sided distribution-free tolerance interval (one-sided distribution-free tolerance bound) by removing ν − 2 (or ν − 1) observations from ...

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