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PERCENTAGE POINTS OF THE NORMAL DISTRIBUTION This table gives percentage points x(P) defined by the equation P ioo = lc° e-It2 dt. x(P) If X is a variable, normally distributed with zero mean and unit variance, P/Ioo is the probability that X x(P). The lower P per cent points are given by symmetry as - x(P), x(P) is 2PI loo. 6521 1 . 2649 TABLE 6. LOGARITHMS OF FACTORIALS n log10 n! n 0 0'0000 i o•0000 logio n! n log10 n! n log10 n! n loglo n! 8969 159'9743 15 151 152 26 62 4 '9 7 35. 3822 395'7024 210 211 212 398'0246 400'3489 402'6752 log10 n!

2561 0. 5302 0'6844 0'8562 1. 6786 2'403 2'390 2/04 2'678 2•660 0. 684 1676 P671 1658 2423 0'5258 1. 89 2'009 2'000 0'2539 r 050 r 047 1. 8477 0. 090 45 1-69. 318 2. 602 2. 583 2.

7813 '4455 See page 24 for explanation of the use of this table. 28 TABLE 2. 9999 '9999 '9999 0 '9999 '9999 '9999 '9999 '9999 '9998 '9998 '9998 0'9999 '9999 '9999 0 '9999 '9999 See page 24 for explanation of the use of this table. 29 0 '9999 '9999 '9999 '9999 '9999 '9999 '9998 '9998 TABLE 2. 2517 0'3532 0'4631 '0009 •0094 '0230 •0487 0'0998 •0910 0. 1658 •0002 •000z 0'0037 •0032 0'0107 '2 •4 ' 1530 . 0335 •0655 •0600 •1074 -8 •000! 8 19•0 '2 20'0 See page 24 for explanation of the use of this table.

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