Appendix 17: When to Use Leading Zeroes?

Yes
F(1, 2) or F1,2
ß or beta
¤ 2 or chi-square(d)
95% confidence interval (CI)
effect size or ES
Cohen's d

No
p or P
R, r, R2, or r2
a or alpha
t from t test
correlations in general
Kendall's t (tau)
probabilities
root-mean-square error of approximation (RMSEA)
standardized root-mean-square residual (SRMR)
adjusted goodness-of-fit index (AGFI)
comparative-fit index (CFI)
kappa
eta or n Note: this Web softward can't make most Greek characters. I simply italicized an n here to resemble the Greek character.