Will somebody please help answer this question?
Use the result of F(3,4) = 1/F(4/3) about F distribution to show that the quantile relation f'subscript'(0.95,3,4) = 1/f'subscript'(0.05,4,3).
Using upper percentile points....
Which means that
we have with a=.95............
(Note that is a rv and is a percentile point.)
Taking the reciprocal inside the probability we have
(Which follows by the definition of an F, it's a ratio of chi-squares divided by their dfs.)
And note that
Thus by the continuity of the densities, these percentile points must be equal....
Hence must equal
and this is true for any probability, not just .05.