## 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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Consider two random variables

one and only one ordered pair of numbers Xx(c) = xiu X2(c) = x2. The space of

Consider two random variables

**Xx and X2**, which assign to each element c of %>one and only one ordered pair of numbers Xx(c) = xiu X2(c) = x2. The space of

**Xx****and X2**is the set of ordered pairs si = {(x,, x2) : x, = Xx(c), x2 = X2(c), c e V).Page 90

Since, however, var (X2) > var [£,(A'2|A1|)] we would put more reliance in E(X2\

Xx) as a guess. That is, if we observe the pair (

prefer to use E{X2 |x, ) to x2 as a guess at the unknown \i2. When studying the

use ...

Since, however, var (X2) > var [£,(A'2|A1|)] we would put more reliance in E(X2\

Xx) as a guess. That is, if we observe the pair (

**Xx**,**X2**) to be (x, , x2), we wouldprefer to use E{X2 |x, ) to x2 as a guess at the unknown \i2. When studying the

use ...

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Since /(x,, x2) ^ fx(xxl)f2(x2), the random variables X, and A'j are dependent The

following theorem makes it possible to assert, without computing the marginal

probability density functions, that the random variables

are ...

Since /(x,, x2) ^ fx(xxl)f2(x2), the random variables X, and A'j are dependent The

following theorem makes it possible to assert, without computing the marginal

probability density functions, that the random variables

**Xx and X2**of Example 1are ...

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