Q: What is a T square?

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z=(x-mean)/(standard deviation of population distribution/square root of sample size) T-score is for when you don't have pop. standard deviation and must use sample s.d. as a substitute. t=(x-mean)/(standard deviation of sampling distribution/square root of sample size)

The answer depends on what the test statistic is: a t-statistic, z-score, chi square of something else.

4 coins tossed could have the following patterns T T T T T T T H, T T H T, T H T T, H T T T T T H H, T H T H, T H H T, H H T T, H T H T, H T T H H H H T, H H T H, H T H H, T H H H H H H H Odds of 2H&2T = 6/16 = .375

A hypothesis is the first step in running a statistical test (t-test, chi-square test, etc.) A NULL HYPOTHESIS is the probability that what you are testing does NOT occur. An ALTERNATIVE HYPOTHESIS is the probability that what you are testing DOES occur.

Coin 1 H T or T H Coin 2 H T or T H 4 Combining H T T H H T T H From this table the result can be 2 x H 2 x T H T or T H

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Area = t2 (t multiplied by t) ,where t = length of the square's side

(the square root of 19 - t)(t + the square root of 19)

Please hand me the T-square.

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The letter T. The "square" in the name refers to the right angles formed where the horizontal of the T meets the top of the vertical.

Note that t15 contains the perfect square factor of t14. We can rewrite the expression as: √(t * t14) = √(t * (t7)²) = t7√t

t^2 ------ 14

Warren Mallillin Taguibao (1200-1293) a filipino invented the T-square(in our time now) during his hard work in school making 90deg.perfect lines. Apparently he invented the T-square by making an ordinary ruler with an head called the "T".

t.5 or 1/2t

Kinds of T-squareFixed headRemovable headAdjustable head

A T-Square is a drafting tool for drawing straight horizontal and vertical lines, relative to the edge of the drafting board.

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