This is a continuous distribution.
Also known as the Students T Distribution
This is probably the second most commonly used probability distribution function.
The normal convention for representing the T distribution is to use a lower case "t".
The T distribution is often used when you have a small sample size.
When the sample size is small and the standard deviation of the population is not known you need to use the T distribution as opposed to the normal distribution.
You can almost think of the normal distribution as a special case of the t distribution when sample sizes are large (over 50 etc)
Symmetrical about t=0
has a family specified by the "degrees of freedom" value
one tail - one sides
two tails - two sided
Probability Distribution Graph
Cumulative Distribution Graph
T.DIST(x, degrees_freedom, tails) - (Replaces TDIST)
TDIST(t, dt, 2) - Two sided p value for t statistic where v is the degress of freedom.
TDIST(t, dt, 1)
T.INV.2T(probability, degrees_freedom) - (Replaces TINV)
The function T.INV.RT does not exist.
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