## 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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To test the

: 8 = 2, use a random sample A", , X2 of size n = 2 and define the critical region to

be C = {(xu x2) : | < x, x2}. Find the power function of the test. 6.39. Let X have a ...

To test the

**simple hypothesis**H0:8=\ against the alternative**simple hypothesis**Hx: 8 = 2, use a random sample A", , X2 of size n = 2 and define the critical region to

be C = {(xu x2) : | < x, x2}. Find the power function of the test. 6.39. Let X have a ...

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What is essential is that the hypothesis H0 and the alternative hypothesis Hx be

simple, namely that they completely specify the distributions. With this in mind, we

see that the

What is essential is that the hypothesis H0 and the alternative hypothesis Hx be

simple, namely that they completely specify the distributions. With this in mind, we

see that the

**simple hypotheses**H0 and Hx do not need to be hypotheses about ...Page 406

of size 0.05 for testing the

an illustration of a test of a

every ...

of size 0.05 for testing the

**simple hypothesis**H0:9 = 2 against each**simple****hypothesis**in the composite hypothesis Hx:9>2. The preceding example affordsan illustration of a test of a

**simple hypothesis**H0 that is a best test of H0 againstevery ...

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