## Introduction to Mathematical Statistics |

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Moreover, since o is known, the interval [É – (20/v/n), £-- (20/v/n)] has known end

points. Obviously we cannot say that 0.95 is the ... One may, of course, obtain a

90 per cent or a 99 per

...

Moreover, since o is known, the interval [É – (20/v/n), £-- (20/v/n)] has known end

points. Obviously we cannot say that 0.95 is the ... One may, of course, obtain a

90 per cent or a 99 per

**cent confidence interval**for u. If a were not known, the end...

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0.95; C2 C1 and, if Y, is observed to be yo, the interval (ya/c2, yo/c) serves as a

95 per

satisfy the above conditions. Hence (y1, y1/~/0.05) is one 95 per cent confidence

...

0.95; C2 C1 and, if Y, is observed to be yo, the interval (ya/c2, yo/c) serves as a

95 per

**cent confidence interval**for 6. It can be verified that c = V0.05 and c2 = 1satisfy the above conditions. Hence (y1, y1/~/0.05) is one 95 per cent confidence

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(n − 1) - 7: (m - 1) - Pr a -o- < a 1% < b —Is I- || – 0.95, (n − 1) (n − 1) it is seen that

the interval mS.” mS,” Ol. (m ... mS2” a 'to, boro nSI* mSI* (n − 1) (n − 1) is a 95

per

(n − 1) - 7: (m - 1) - Pr a -o- < a 1% < b —Is I- || – 0.95, (n − 1) (n − 1) it is seen that

the interval mS.” mS,” Ol. (m ... mS2” a 'to, boro nSI* mSI* (n − 1) (n − 1) is a 95

per

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