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    how to find value of t0

    How do you solve this?

    P(-t0≤t≤t0) = .99
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    Re: how to find value of t0

    Hey jmersh.

    What distribution is this? A distribution? If so how many degrees of freedom?

    If it is a t-distribution note that it is symmetric around 0 in such a way that P(T < -t) = P(T > t) for t > 0 so if you have this information you can get t0.
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    Re: how to find value of t0

    df=9

    I actually solved this already.
    Last edited by jmersh; November 18th 2012 at 09:29 AM.
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