Common questions about the WEIBULL.DIST formula include: What is the WEIBULL.DIST formula? How is the WEIBULL.DIST formula used? What parameters are needed for the WEIBULL.DIST formula?
The WEIBULL.DIST formula can be used to calculate the cumulative probability of a Weibull-distributed event. To use it, you must first specify the value for which you want the cumulative probability, the shape parameter for the distribution, the scale parameter for the distribution, the cumulative flag (0 for probability density and 1 for cumulative probability), and optionally, a non-cumulative probability argument.
The WEIBULL.DIST formula is commonly mistyped by forgetting to include the parameters for the shape and scale of the distribution, or leaving out the fourth parameter that defines the cumulative flag.
Common ways the WEIBULL.DIST formula is used inappropriately include attempting to calculate the probability of a non-Weibull distributed event with it, failing to provide the correct parameters in the formula, or using incorrect values for those parameters.
Some common pitfalls when using the WEIBULL.DIST formula include confusing the parameters for the shape and scale, using values outside the range of a Weibull-distributed event in the formula, or failing to include the correct cumulative flag.
Common mistakes when using the WEIBULL.DIST Formula include mistyping it, forgetting to include the necessary parameters, or using incorrect parameters.
Common misconceptions people might have with the WEIBULL.DIST Formula include thinking it can be used to calculate a probability for any kind of event.