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    what kind of tables....

    what kind of tables do they provide you with in exam p?

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    Should be on the SOA website, but I think it's just normal distribution table.
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    I think the guy in the top ask if SOA will provide a Normal table during Exam P.

    answer is yes, coz you will encounter some Normal or t-test questions.
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