Calculate the inverse of the right-tailed F probability distribution.

`F.INV.RT(probability,deg_freedom1,deg_freedom2)`

- probability - associated with the F cumulative distribution
- deg_freedom1 - required, numerator degrees of freedom
- deg_freedom2 - required, denominator degrees of freedom

`=F.INV.RT(0.95,3,4)`

The F.INV.RT function can be used to calculate the inverse of the F probability distribution that returns a value of 2.79, which is the inverse of the F probability distribution with a probability of 0.95 and degrees of freedom of 3 and 4, respectively.

`=F.INV.RT(0.90,5,6)`

The F.INV.RT function can also be used to find the critical value for a given probability and degrees of freedom. For example, if we need to find the critical value for a probability of 0.90 and degrees of freedom of 5 and 6, we can use the function which returns a value of 2.43.

The F.INV.RT function returns the inverse of the F probability distribution and produces an error value if Probability is outside of the permitted range (0 to 1).

- The F.INV.RT function returns the inverse of the (right-tailed) F probability distribution and uses an iterative search technique for the x argument.
- The F.INV.RT function requires a probability argument to calculate the inverse.

The F.INV.RT Function is a statistical function used to calculate the inverse of the (right-tailed) F probability distribution.

The F.INV.RT Function can be used to compare the variability of two data sets.

- It is an efficient way to compare variability between two sets of data.
- It can be used to determine the probability of observing a difference between two data sets.
- It is a reliable way to evaluate the statistical significance of a difference between two data sets.

- It is only applicable when comparing two data sets.
- It is not suitable for comparing more than two sets of data.
- It does not take into account any additional factors that may affect the comparison.