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    I attached a excel anova table. Would you please point out which cells were used to calculate each p-value?

    I'm also trying to do this on my ti-83+. From what I learned its just tcdf(tstat,infinity,df). But its not coming out right.

    I need help. Thanks.
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    My professor is going to give us a paritally empty anova table to fill in the blanks. P-value is what he told us to learn.

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    I got how to calc p value in excel..

    tdist(positive t stat, residual df, 2 tail test)

    Still don't know how to do this on my ti83.

    Anyone?

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    Anyone know how to calculate a p-value given t stat in a ti-83?

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    I don't have an 83 with me. Just asking the same exact question 4 times in a row isn't going to get anybody to magically know how to do it. We see your question. If we know the answer we'll respond. Please don't flood your thread with the same question multiple times. It had literally been two hours since your last post and it's a Sunday.

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    Its called bumping. Its in the same thread so don't be an ass. If you don't know then don't reply. I figured it out anyway. Goodbye to you and this crappy forum.

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