The T.DIST.RT function in Google Sheets is used to find the probability of a value occurring within a given range. The function takes two arguments: the first is the value you are testing, and the second is the lower bound of the range. The function will return the probability that the value falls within the range.
The syntax of the T.DIST.RT function in Google Sheets is as follows: =T.DIST.RT(x,deg_freedom)
The function takes two arguments: x, the value for which you want to find the probability, and deg_freedom, the number of degrees of freedom.
The most basic way to use the T.DIST.RT function in Google Sheets is to calculate the probability of a random event occurring. For example, you can use it to find the likelihood that a given number is the result of a roll of a fair die. To do this, you would enter the following formula in a cell: =T.DIST.RT(number, 6) where "number" is the number you want to find the probability for and "6" is the number of sides on a die. This will return the probability that the number is the result of a roll of a fair die.
There are a few occasions when you should not use T.DIST.RT in Google Sheets. First, this function should not be used when calculating the probability of an event occurring. Secondly, it should not be used to calculate the p-value of a hypothesis test. Lastly, it should not be used to find the z-score of a data set.
There are a few similar formulae to T.DIST.RT in Google Sheets. T.DIST.2T calculates the two-tailed distribution of a Student's t-test, while T.DIST.P calculates the probability that a t-distribution will be exceeded. T.DIST.F calculates the distribution of a t-distribution with a given number of degrees of freedom, while T.INV.2T calculates the inverse of the two-tailed Student's t-distribution.