## Introduction to Mathematical Statistics |

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0 If k > 1, an integration by parts shows that T(k) = (k — ps go-oe-wdy = (k - 1)T(k

– 1). 0 Accordingly, if k is a

3.2.1 = (k - 1)! Since T(1) = 1, this suggests we take 0! = 1 as we did in our study ...

0 If k > 1, an integration by parts shows that T(k) = (k — ps go-oe-wdy = (k - 1)T(k

– 1). 0 Accordingly, if k is a

**positive integer**greater than one, T(k) = (k - 1)(k – 2) ...3.2.1 = (k - 1)! Since T(1) = 1, this suggests we take 0! = 1 as we did in our study ...

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2.3. Parameters of a Distribution. In each of the four special distributions

introduced in Sections 2.1 and 2.2, certain constants enter the p.d.f. f(z). In the

binomial distribution, these constants were a

< p < 1; ...

2.3. Parameters of a Distribution. In each of the four special distributions

introduced in Sections 2.1 and 2.2, certain constants enter the p.d.f. f(z). In the

binomial distribution, these constants were a

**positive integer**n and a number p, 0< p < 1; ...

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To find the limiting distribution function of a random variable Y by use of the

definition of limiting distribution function obviously requires that we know F.(y) for

each

...

To find the limiting distribution function of a random variable Y by use of the

definition of limiting distribution function obviously requires that we know F.(y) for

each

**positive integer**n. But, as indicated in the introduction to this chapter, this is...

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