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FTEST: Google Sheets Formulae Explained

How do you use FTEST in Google Sheets?

FTEST is a function in Google Sheets that allows you to test the equality of two arrays. You can use it to determine whether two arrays have the same number of elements, the same values in each position, or the same sum. To use FTEST, enter the following into a cell:

=FTEST(array1,array2)

Where "array1" and "array2" are the arrays you want to compare.

What is the syntax of FTEST in Google Sheets?

The FTEST function in Google Sheets allows you to test whether two arrays or two ranges of cells are equal. The syntax for the FTEST function is as follows: =FTEST(array1,array2) The FTEST function returns a boolean value (true or false) indicating whether the two arrays are equal.

What is an example of how to use FTEST in Google Sheets?

The FTEST function in Google Sheets is used to determine the statistical significance of a difference between two groups of data. The function takes two input arguments: the first is the name of the column that contains the data for the first group, and the second is the name of the column that contains the data for the second group. The function then calculates the p-value for the difference between the two groups, which can be used to determine whether the difference is statistically significant.

When should you not use FTEST in Google Sheets?

There are a few instances when FTEST should not be used in Google Sheets. One is when the number of data points is too small; another is when the data are not normally distributed. Additionally, FTEST should not be used when the samples are not independent.

What are some similar formulae to FTEST in Google Sheets?

The following formulae are similar to FTEST in Google Sheets:

=CHISQ.DIST.RT(x, df) =CHISQ.DIST.2T(x, df) =CHISQ.DIST.1T(x, df) =F.DIST(x, df) =F.DIST.RT(x, df) =GAMMA.DIST(x, alpha, beta) =LN.DIST(x, df) =LOGNORM.DIST(x, mu, sigma) =NORM.DIST(x, mu, sigma) =PHI.DIST(x, df) =POISSON.DIST(x, lambda)

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