# Appendix D—Selected Statistical Tables – Management Research Methodology: Integration of Principles, Methods and Techniques

## Selected Statistical Tables

Table D-1 Lower Tail Areas of Standard Normal Distribution  Table D-2 Upper Percentage Points of Student Distribution * Application of these values not recommended

Table D-3 Upper Percentage Points of X2 DISTRIBUTION Table D-4 Upper Percentage Points of F Distribution   * Application of these values not recommended * Application of these values not recommended * Application of these values not recommended * Application of these values not recommended * Application of these values not recommended * Application of these values not recommended * Application of these values not recommended * Application of these values not recommended

Table D-5 Critical Values of D in the Kotmogorov-Smirnov One-Sample Test Source: F.J. Massey, Jr., “The Kolmogorov-Smirnov Test for Goodness of Fit”, Journal of the American Statistical Association 46, : 70.

Table D-6 Critical Values of T in the Wilcoxon Matched-Pairs Test Table D-7 Critical Values of 0 in the Kolmogorov-Smirnov Two-Sample Test (Small Samples) Table D-8 Critical Values of D in the Kolmogorov-Smirnov Two-Sample Test for Large Samples (Two-tailed test)

Level of Significance Value of D So Large As to Cell for Rejection of Ho at the Indicated Level of Significance where D = Maximum |Sn1(X) – S2(X)|
.10 1.22 √[n1 + n2)/n1n2]
.05 1.36 √[n1 + n2)/n1n2]
.025 1.48 √[n1 + n2)/n1n2]
.01 1.63 √[n1 + n2)/n1n2]
.005 1.73 √[n1 + n2)/n1n2]
.001 1.95 √[n1 + n2)/n1n2]

Table D-9 Partial Table of Critical Values of U in the Mann-Whitney Test Critical Values for One-tailed Test at α = .025 or a Two-tailed Test at α = .05 Table D-9 Critical Values for One-tailed Test at α = .05 or a Two-tailed Test at α = .10 Table D-10 Critical Values of T in the Wilcoxon Matched-Pairs Test Table D-11 Cumulative Binomial Probabilities: P (r ≤ r|n,p) Table D-12 Selected Critical Values of S in the Kendall™s Coefficient of Concordance Table D-13 Critical Values of ‘A’ Statistic For any Given Value of n-1, Corresponding to Various Levels of Probability *n = number of pairs