## Introduction to Mathematical Statistics |

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CHAPTER TEN CERTAIN (UADRATIG FORMS A homogeneous polynomial of

degree two in n variables is called a

variables and the coefficients are real, the form is called a real

CHAPTER TEN CERTAIN (UADRATIG FORMS A homogeneous polynomial of

degree two in n variables is called a

**quadratic form**in those variables. If both thevariables and the coefficients are real, the form is called a real

**quadratic form**.Page 191

will be investigated, and it will be seen that functions of statistics that are

Section 10.1 we shall make a study of the distributions of certain

in ...

will be investigated, and it will be seen that functions of statistics that are

**quadratic forms**will be needed to carry out the test in an expeditious manner. InSection 10.1 we shall make a study of the distributions of certain

**quadratic forms**in ...

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This method derives its name from the fact that the

total sum of squares, is resolved into Several component parts. In this section

another problem in the analysis of variance will be investigated. Let Xi, i = 1, 2, ...

This method derives its name from the fact that the

**quadratic form**abs”, which is atotal sum of squares, is resolved into Several component parts. In this section

another problem in the analysis of variance will be investigated. Let Xi, i = 1, 2, ...

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