|Sa-Sbc (SNe Ib/c)||25||0.098||0.213|
|Sc-Sd (SNe Ib/c)||30||1.000||0.986|
|Sa-Sbc (SNe II)||102||0.441||0.965|
|Sc-Sd (SNe II)||67||0.783||0.793|
|Sa-Sd (without bars)||133||0.273||0.707|
|Sa-Sd (with bars)||91||0.453||0.931|
|Sa-Sbc (without bars)||58||0.043||0.523|
|Sa-Sbc (with bars)||69||0.899||0.973|
|Sc-Sd (without bars)||75||0.977||0.997|
|Sc-Sd (with bars)||22||0.884||0.829|
|stars (in Freeman disk)|
|stars (in SN host disks)||1.00|
|H II regions (Freeman disk)|
|H II regions (SN host disk)|
Notes: Column 1 gives the CCSN sample, Col. 2 number of CCSNe in the sample, Col. 3 the maximum likelihood value of , Col. 4 the maximum likelihood value of , and Cols. 5 and 6 give the KS test probabilities that the surface density distribution of CCSNe is consistent with an exponential law with the isophotal radius (Col. 5) and scale length (Col. 6) normalizations. The four last lines are not for the SNe, but for the stars (first two of these lines) and H II regions (last two lines), with the centrally extrapolated surface brightness taken from the Freeman disk (first and third of these lines) and the hosts (second and fourth of these lines). The value of unity in Col. 4 in the second of these lines is a direct consequence of and thus has no uncertainty associated with it. The values of Col. 4 in the first of these lines is scaled relative to that of the the second of these lines, according to the mean value of (Sect. 3). Similarly the last two lines of Col. 4 are scaled to the corresponding values in Col. 3. The statistically significant deviation from an exponential law is highlighted in bold.
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