How do I calculate the value of p in a formula?


A P value is a proportion that either equals or exceeds the observed value of a sample. For example, in a single tailed distribution, if p(x) is the distribution value, and f is the observed value, the formula would be 1 - Integral from 0 to f of p(x).
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