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Find the mean and variance of the beta

Hint. From that exercise, we know for all a > 0, 0 > 0. 4.22. Determine the constant

c in each of the following so that each

Find the mean and variance of the beta

**distribution**considered in Exercise 4.20.Hint. From that exercise, we know for all a > 0, 0 > 0. 4.22. Determine the constant

c in each of the following so that each

**f**(x) is a beta p.d.f. (a)**f**(x) = cx(l — x)3, ...Page 128

If we change the variable of integration by writing it can be seen that *lL" ~ Jo r(f1/

2)r(f,/2)2»i+'.»« + i/ _ r[K + ^)/2]wa (/r^2-1 ... It should be observed that an

the ...

If we change the variable of integration by writing it can be seen that *lL" ~ Jo r(f1/

2)r(f,/2)2»i+'.»« + i/ _ r[K + ^)/2]wa (/r^2-1 ... It should be observed that an

**F****distribution**is completely determined by the two parameters r1 and r2. Table V inthe ...

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In accordance with the theorem, Q1 and Q2 are stochastically independent, and

Q2/a2 has a chi-square distribution ... For instance, QJWjb - 1)] = QJ(b - 1) Q3/[

a2b(a - 1)] Q3l[b(a - 1)] has an

In accordance with the theorem, Q1 and Q2 are stochastically independent, and

Q2/a2 has a chi-square distribution ... For instance, QJWjb - 1)] = QJ(b - 1) Q3/[

a2b(a - 1)] Q3l[b(a - 1)] has an

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