## 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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interchangeably. ... We now define a best critical region (and hence a best

for

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**test**" and "critical region" can, in this sense, be usedinterchangeably. ... We now define a best critical region (and hence a best

**test**)for

**testing**the simple hypothesis**H0**against the alternative simple hypothesis Hx.In this ...

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c > is then a best critical region for

against the simple hypothesis 6 = 6". It remains to determine c, so that this critical

region has the desired size a. n lfH0 is true, the random variable £ Xf/9' has a ...

c > is then a best critical region for

**testing**the simple hypothesis ,**H0**:9 = 8'against the simple hypothesis 6 = 6". It remains to determine c, so that this critical

region has the desired size a. n lfH0 is true, the random variable £ Xf/9' has a ...

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EXERCISES 9.23. In Example 1 let n = 10, and let the experimental values of the

random 10 variables yield x — 0.6 and £ (x, — xf = 3.6. If the

example is used, do we accept or reject

EXERCISES 9.23. In Example 1 let n = 10, and let the experimental values of the

random 10 variables yield x — 0.6 and £ (x, — xf = 3.6. If the

**test**derived in that iexample is used, do we accept or reject

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