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Table A–1. Random numbers

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Table A–2. Areas under the standard normal curve.

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Table A–3. Percentage points or critical values for the t distribution corresponding to commonly used areas under the curve.

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Table A–4. Percentage points or critical values for the F distribution corresponding to areas of 0.05 and 0.01 under the upper tail of the distribution.

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Table A–5. Percentage points or critical values for the χ2 distribution corresponding to commonly used areas under the curve.

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Table A–6. z Transformationa of the correlation coefficient.

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Figure A–1.
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95% Confidence intervals for population proportion. (Adapted and reproduced, with permission, from Pearson ES, Hartley HO (editors): Biometrika Tables for Statisticians, 3rd ed., Vol. 1. Cambridge University Press, 1966.)

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Table Graphic Jump Location
Table A–1. Random Numbers.
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Table Graphic Jump Location
Table A–2. Areas under the Standard Normal Curve.a

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