- Thread starter TheStatProf
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T test and chi square are totally different test that assume different distributions and different type of data (interval for t test and ordinal or nominal usually for Chi square). You would never use one with the other.

Here's my question: When using a z-score test we're dealing with a normal curve. For the t-test with a skewed distribution.

Now the actual areas under the normal curve can be computed using an integral.

How are the tables for t-tests and chi square tests computed. Not how are they used but how are the actual

entries computed? Are they also integrals?