F.DIST.RT function
Returns the (righttailed) F probability distribution (degree of diversity) for two data sets.
You can use this function to determine whether two data sets have different degrees of diversity. For example, you can examine the test scores of men and women entering high school and determine if the variability in the females is different from that found in the males.
Syntax
F.DIST.RT(x,deg_freedom1,deg_freedom2)
The F.DIST.RT function syntax has the following arguments:

X Required. The value at which to evaluate the function.

Deg_freedom1 Required. The numerator degrees of freedom.

Deg_freedom2 Required. The denominator degrees of freedom.
Remarks

If any argument is nonnumeric, F.DIST.RT returns the #VALUE! error value.

If x is negative, F.DIST.RT returns the #NUM! error value.

If deg_freedom1 or deg_freedom2 is not an integer, it is truncated.

If deg_freedom1 < 1 F.DIST.RT returns the #NUM! error value.

If deg_freedom2 < 1 F.DIST.RT returns the #NUM! error value.

F.DIST.RT is calculated as F.DIST.RT=P( F>x ), where F is a random variable that has an F distribution with deg_freedom1 and deg_freedom2 degrees of freedom.
Example
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