Assumptions and application of t distribution, Mathematics

Assumptions and Application of T Distribution

Assumptions of t distribution

1. The sample observations are random

2. Samples are drawn from general distribution

3. The size of sample is thirty or less n ≤ 30

Application of t distribution

- Estimation of population mean from small samples

- Test of hypothesis concerning to the population mean

- Test of hypothesis concerning to the difference among two means

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