## 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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The sum of the original 48 numbers is approximated by the sum of these integers.

If we assume that ... Let F„(u) denote the distribution function of a random variable

U„ whose distribution depends upon the

The sum of the original 48 numbers is approximated by the sum of these integers.

If we assume that ... Let F„(u) denote the distribution function of a random variable

U„ whose distribution depends upon the

**positive integer**n. Let U„ converge in ...Page 426

Let k0 and kx be two positive constants with k0 < A:, . ... hypothesis H0:6 = 9' is

rejected (and Hx:9 = 9" is accepted) if and only if there exists a

so that (xux2, . . . , x„) belongs to the set C„ = Uxu. . .,x„):k0< — — -<kuj= 1, ...,»- 1,

(.

Let k0 and kx be two positive constants with k0 < A:, . ... hypothesis H0:6 = 9' is

rejected (and Hx:9 = 9" is accepted) if and only if there exists a

**positive integer**nso that (xux2, . . . , x„) belongs to the set C„ = Uxu. . .,x„):k0< — — -<kuj= 1, ...,»- 1,

(.

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the size of the combined sample, is an even number, say m + n = 2h, where h is a

which has been ordered, is separated into two parts, a "lower half and an ...

the size of the combined sample, is an even number, say m + n = 2h, where h is a

**positive integer**. We take k = 2 and then the combined sample of size m + n = 2h,which has been ordered, is separated into two parts, a "lower half and an ...

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