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APPENDIX B

Statistical Tables

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Table B-1 Normal Curve Areas

Source: Abridged from Table 1 of Statistical Tables and Formulas, by A. Hald, John Wiley & Sons,
1952. Reproduced by permission of John Wiley & Sons.

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Table B-2 Percentage Points of the 2-Distribution

Source: ‘‘Tables of the Percentage Points of the -Distribution,’’ by Catherine M. Thompson,


Biometrika, Vol. 32, pp. 188—189 (1941). Reproduced by permission of the editor of Biometrika.

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Table B-3 5% Points of the F-Distribution

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Table B-3 2.5% Points of the F-Distribution

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Table B-3 1% Points of the F-Distribution

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Table B-3 0.5% Points of the F-Distribution

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Source: ‘‘Tables of Percentage Points of the Inverted Beta (F) Distribution,’’ by Maxine Merrington and Catherine M. Thompson,

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Biometrika, Vol. 33, pp. 73—88 (1943). Reproduced by permission of the editor of Biometrika.
Table B-4 Upper Tail Probabilities for the Null Distribution of the Kruskal--Wallis H
Statistic: k : 3, n1 : 1(1)5, n2 : n1(1)5, 2  n3 : n2(1)5

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Table B-4 (continued)

Source: Table F of A Nonparametric Introduction to Statistics, by C. H. Kraft and C van Eedan,


Macmillan, New York, 1968. Reproduced by permission of the Macmillan Publishing Company.

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Table B-5 Selected Critical Values for All Treatments: Multiple Comparisons Based on
Kruskal--Wallis Rank Sums

Source: ‘‘Rank Sum Multiple Comparisons in One- and Two-Way Classification,’’ by B. J.


McDonald and W. A. Thompson, Biometrika, Vol. 54, pp. 487—497 (1967). Reproduced by
permission of the editor of Biometrika. The starred values are from ‘‘Distribution-Free Multiple
Comparisons,’’ Ph.D. thesis (1963), P. Nemenyi, Princeton University, with permission of the
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Table B-6 Selected Critical Values for the Range of k Independent N(0, 1) Variables:
k : 2(1)20(2)40(10)100

For a given k and , the tabled entry is q(, k, -).

Source: ‘‘Table of Range and Studentized Range,’’ by H. L. Harter, Ann. Math. Statist., Vol. 31, pp.
1122—1147 (1960). Reproduced by permission of the editor of the Annals of Mathematical
Statistics.

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Table B-7 Percentage Points of the t-Distribution

Source: ‘‘Table of Percentage Points of the t-Distribution,’’ by Maxine Merrington, Biometrika,


Vol. 32, p. 300 (1941). Reproduced by permission of the editor of Biometrika.

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Table B-8 Coefficients (ai and bi) of the Best Estimates of the Mean () and Standard
Deviation () in Censored Samples Up to n : 20 from A Normal Population

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Table B-8 (continued)

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Source: ‘‘Estimation of Location and Scale Parameters by Order Statistics from Singly and Doubly Censored Samples, Parts I and II,’’ by A. E.
Sarhan and B. G. Greenberg, Ann. Math. Statist., Vol. 27, pp. 427—451 (1956). Reproduced by permission of the editor of the Annals of
Mathematical Statistics.
Table B-9 Variances and Covariances of the Best Linear Estimates of the Mean ( ) and Standard Deviation ( ) for
Censored Samples Up to Size 20 from a Normal Population

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Table B-9 (continued )

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Source: Up to n : 15 of this table is reproduced from A. E. Sarhan and B. G. Greenberg, ‘‘Estimation of Location and Scale Parameters by Order Statistics
from Singly and Censored Samples, Parts I and II,’’ Ann. Math. Statist., Vol. 27, pp. 427—451 (1956), and Vol. 29, pp. 79—105 (1958), with permission of the
editor of the Annals of Mathematical Statistics. The rest of the table is produced from A. E. Sarhan and B. G. Greenberg, ‘‘Estimation of Location and Scale
Parameters by Order Statistics from Singly and Doubly Censored Samples, Part III,’’ Tech. Rep. 4-OOR, Project 1597, U.S. Army Research Office.
Table B-10 1/(1 9 R) and  for the Estimation of the Parameters of the Gamma
Distribution When There Are No Censored Observations

Source: ‘‘Estimation of Parameters of the Gamma Distribution Using Order Statistics,’’ by M. B.


Wilk, R. Gnanadesikan, and Marilyn J. Huyett, Biometrika, Vol. 49, pp. 525—545 (1962).
Reproduced by permission of the editor of Biometrika.

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Table B-11  (P, S) and  (P, S) for Various Values of n/r: n/r : 1.0

For P  0.52 read S from the left-hand margin, and for P  0.56 read S from the right-hand
margin. Note that the figures in region 2 are printed in bold roman type and those in region 3 in
bold italic type; the remainder of the table (outside of regions 2 and 3) is region 1.

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Table B-11 (continued)

Source: ‘‘Estimation of Parameters of the Gamma Distribution Using Order Statistics,’’ by M. B.


Wilk, R. Gnanadesikan, and Marilyn J. Huyett, Biometrika, Vol. 49, pp. 525—545 (1962).
Reproduced by permission of the editor of Biometrika.

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Table B-12 Percentage Points l Such That P( 1/ 2  l) : 1 9 

Source: ‘‘Two Sample Test in the Weibull Distribution,’’ by D. R. Thoman and L. J. Bain,
Technometrics, Vol. 11, pp. 805—815 (1969). Reproduced by permission of the editor of Techno-
metrics.

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Table B-13 Percentage Points z Such That P(G  z) : 1 9 

Source: ‘‘Two Sample Test in the Weibull Distribution,’’ by D. R. Thoman and L. J. Bain,
Technometrics, Vol. 11, pp. 805—815 (1969). Reproduced by permission of the editor of Techno-
metrics.

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