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    how do I find the p-value with a numerator of 4, denominator of 194, and F-stat of 355.67

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    P value can be calculated according to th equation:


    P value = [ 1 / Β(ndf/2,ddf/2) ] × [ (ndf × x) / (ndf × x + ddf) ]ndf/2 × [1 - (ndf × x) / (ndf × x + ddf) ]ddf/2 × x-1


    Where,
    Β - Beta Function
    x - Critical Value
    ndf - Numerator Degrees of Freedom
    ddf - Denominator Degrees of Freedom


    When using this equation, or other calculators found an the internet (such as the one at http://easycalculation.com/statistics/f-test-p-value.php), the calculated P value is <.0001



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