**In Excel, the TDIST function is the function that returns the probability of the Student distribution, which helps in the work a lot, helping the work to be solved more quickly and accurately when writing the correct syntax. Below is the TDIST function syntax, you refer back to it.**

The Excel TDIST function is a function that returns the probability of the Student distribution (distribution t), x is the calculated value of t and is used to calculate probabilities. The t-distribution is used in hypothetical tests of small sample datasets. The function is used instead of the table of standard values of the Student distribution.

### TDIST function and examples

*How to Use the TDIST Function in Excel – Illustrative Example*

**Syntax**: **TDIST**(**x**, **degrees_freedom**, **tails**)

Where:

**– x :** Value for calculating the Student distribution.**– Degrees_freedom:** integers indicate degrees of freedom, required values.**– Tails:** determines how the remainder of the distribution is returned.

** + If tails = 1**, TDIST() returns a one-tailed distribution;** + If tails = 2**, TDIST() returns a two-tailed distribution. Required value.

**Consider for example:**

Calculate the Student distribution value with a value x = 2.67 and a number of degrees of freedom of 60?

We do the following:

– **Tails case = 1**: In cell **E9** we enter the formula, the result returned as shown below.

– **Tails=2** case: In cell **E15** we enter the formula. The result is returned as shown below

https://thuthuat.taimienphi.vn/ham-tdist-trong-excel-2255n.aspx

Through the above examples, you must have a better understanding of the syntax as well as how to use the TDIST function in Excel, so that it can be applied to calculations on spreadsheets efficiently and quickly.