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### Kruskal-Wallis Test Calculator (for Equality of Medians)

The Kruskal Wallis Calculator calculates the value of the H statistic and the p-value on the basis of the given sample values. The H test (or Kruskal-Wallis test) is a non-parametric test that is used to test...

### Prediction Interval Calculator (For Linear Regression)

The prediction interval calculator gives a confidence interval for the value of the dependent variable (Y) for the given value of the independent variable (X). This is useful to obtain a confidence interval for...

### Multinomial Distribution Calculator (with Examples)

The multinomial distribution calculator allows us to calculate the probabilities associated with random variables obeying the multinomial distribution. Let Xi (i=1,2,…,k) denote the random variables. Let pi denote the probability that outcome ‘i’ occurs in a...

### Multinomial Coefficient Calculator (with Examples)

The multinomial calculator allows us to calculate the coefficients that occur in the multinomial expansion of a polynomial. It is calculated using the formula, #InputDiv { color: black; font-family: inherit; max-width: 550px; margin: 25px auto; line-height: 1.75; padding-left: 100px; } .InputText { font-family:...

### 13,470 in Words – How to spell 13,470?

The straightforward answer to how to write 13,470 in words or spell 13,470 is thirteen thousand four hundred seventy. However, if you are interested in learning how we got to this answer so that you...

### Y=X Reflection Rule (With Examples)

The y=x reflection rule allows us to find the reflection of a point about the diagonal line y=x. The reflection rule simply states that the reflection of the point (A,B) about the line y=x...

### How to Calculate Class Boundaries? (with Examples)

Sometimes in a grouped frequency distribution, there is a gap between the upper limit of a class and the lower limit of the next class interval. In such a case, we can correct the class...

### What is Class Frequency? (with Examples)

Class frequency refers to the number of data values that lie in a given class interval. Let us try to understand this by looking at an example. Example of Class Frequency: Suppose that we are given...