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## How do you use CHIINV in Excel?

The CHIINV function in Excel is used to calculate the inverse of the chi-squared distribution. The function takes one argument, which is the number of degrees of freedom. The inverse of the chi-squared distribution is used to calculate the p-value for a chi-squared statistic.

## What is the syntax of CHIINV in Excel?

The syntax of the CHIINV function in Excel is as follows: =CHIINV(x,deg_freedom) The function takes a single argument, x, which is the value you want to calculate the inverse chi-squared statistic for. The second argument, deg_freedom, is the number of degrees of freedom.

## What is an example of how to use CHIINV in Excel?

The CHIINV function is used in Excel to calculate the inverse of the chi-squared distribution. The function takes two arguments, the first being the number of degrees of freedom and the second being the chi-squared value. The inverse of the chi-squared distribution is used to calculate the p-value for a chi-squared test.

## When should you not use CHIINV in Excel?

There are a few occasions when you should not use the CHIINV function in Excel. One instance would be when you are trying to calculate a standard deviation. Another would be when you are trying to find a confidence interval for a population mean. In these cases, you should use the STDEV or T.INV functions, respectively.

## What are some similar formulae to CHIINV in Excel?

The Excel function CHIINV(x,deg_freedom) calculates the inverse of the chi-squared distribution with deg_freedom degrees of freedom. The function CHIINV(x,deg_freedom) is similar to the Excel function TINV(x,deg_freedom), which calculates the inverse of the Student's t-distribution with deg_freedom degrees of freedom.

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