# Why does this statistic % add up way beyond 100%?

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## What does the t statistic mean?

A t statistic is a measure of how extreme a statistical estimate is. A t statistic is determined by subtracting the supposed value of an estimate and then dividing by the standard error.References:...
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## How to Determine the Usefulness of a Baseball Statistic?

RBI and HR are not necessarily the best stats to measure the value of a hitter with.Ah, statistical measurement in baseball, an inexact science with tools ranging from the simple (RBI, HR, etc.) to...
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## How to Use the Durbin-Watson Statistic in Excel?

The Durbin-Watson is a test that statisticians use to see whether data are correlated. In other words, you might want to find out whether a particular event was caused by another event. The test wa...
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## Railroad accident statistic due to human factors worldwide?

I don't know if there is a world wide repository of these statistics, but here in the US they are sadly numerous and usually 100% ppreventable, just by practicing the "Stop, Look and Listen" rule w...
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