Use of t -tables - hypothesis testing , Operation Research

Use of t -tables          

Similar  to normal  curve  tables  there  exist t- distribution  tables. However  whereas the properties of  the normal  curve are constant for all normal curves the t- distribution  varies according to the number of items in the sample. These tables therefore contain values for all possible sample sizes up to 30, and are  given with reference   to the degrees  of freedom.

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