## Introduction to Mathematical StatisticsAn exceptionally clear and impeccably accurate presentation of statistical applications and more advanced theory. Included is a chapter on the distribution of functions of random variables as well as an excellent chapter on sufficient statistics. More modern technology is used in considering limiting distributions, making the presentations more clear and uniform. |

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For illustration, in

alternative Hx:9> 30,000, where 6 is the mean of a normal distribution having

standard deviation a = 5000. The test associated with this situation, namely reject

H0 ...

For illustration, in

**Exercise**6.42 we tested H0:9 = 30,000 against the one-sidedalternative Hx:9> 30,000, where 6 is the mean of a normal distribution having

standard deviation a = 5000. The test associated with this situation, namely reject

H0 ...

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The next illustration refers back to

Poisson distribution with parameter 6>O. It turns „ out that Yx = £ A", is a sufficient

statistic for 0 (see

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The next illustration refers back to

**Exercise**7.9. There the sample arose from aPoisson distribution with parameter 6>O. It turns „ out that Yx = £ A", is a sufficient

statistic for 0 (see

**Exercise**7.1 1). In i=i**Exercise**7.9 we found that L(9) y,\ /lV'/lV2...

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10.7. Consider the J-statistic that was derived through a likelihood ratio for testing

the equality of the means of two normal distributions having common variance in

Example 2 in Section 9.3. Show that T2 is exactly the F-statistic of

10.7. Consider the J-statistic that was derived through a likelihood ratio for testing

the equality of the means of two normal distributions having common variance in

Example 2 in Section 9.3. Show that T2 is exactly the F-statistic of

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