I am having quite some trouble using R to calculate, say, qt(0.975,6) using qf instead of qt. I know the relationship between the t-distribution and the f-distribution which I understand as follows:
// the $t^2$ $=$ $F(1,p)$ meaning that the $t^2$ distribution is basically the $F$ distribution with $1$ degrees of freedom in the numerator and $p$ degrees of freedom in the denominator.
But how would I apply this knowledge using R?
I have a similar problem with using $F$ distribution to calculate $chi squared$ and I understand that relationship to be as follows:
// two independent $chi squared$ distributions between divided by each other with degrees of freedom $p$ in the numerator and $q$ in the denominator we get an $F(p,q)$.
How would I utilize what I know here however, to do that in R?
Thanks so much for the help, in advance! :)