Appendix

Tables for Reference

This appendix provides three commonly used tables for your reference: the Z-table, the t-table, and the Binomial table.

Because the first table won’t fit on this page, I’d like to invite you to use this space to write down your innermost feelings about statistics.

TABLE A-1 The Z-Table

Illustration of the Z-table depicting a bell-shaped curve with a portion of the left side shaded, and the number representing P(Z<z).Continuation of the Z-table depicting a bell-shaped curve with a shaded left portion extending to one-fourth of the right side, with the number representing P(Z<z).

TABLE A-2 The t-Table

Illustration of the t-table depicting a bell-shaped curve representing a t-distribution shaded area to the right end of the curve.

TABLE A-3 The Binomial Table

Illustration of the binomial table with the variables n and x representing some numbers for the entry P(X = x).Continuation of the binomial table with the variables n and x representing some numbers for the entry P(X = x).Continuation of the binomial table with the variables n and x representing some numbers for the entry P(X = x).

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