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The Analysis of Variance 12.1 The Distributions of Certain

homogeneous polynomial of degree two in n variables is called a

in those variables. If both the variables and the coefficients are real, the form is ...

The Analysis of Variance 12.1 The Distributions of Certain

**Quadratic Forms**Ahomogeneous polynomial of degree two in n variables is called a

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

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In our example, it is worth noting that the noncentrality n n parameter of 2 Xf/a2,

which is 2 p2/a2, may De computed by replacing i i each Xt in the

by its mean i = 1, 2, . . ., n. This is no fortuitous circumstance; any

...

In our example, it is worth noting that the noncentrality n n parameter of 2 Xf/a2,

which is 2 p2/a2, may De computed by replacing i i each Xt in the

**quadratic form**by its mean i = 1, 2, . . ., n. This is no fortuitous circumstance; any

**quadratic form**Q...

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Now that we have found, in suitable form, the moment-generating function of our

random variable, let us turn to the ... Let Q denote a random variable which is a

...

Now that we have found, in suitable form, the moment-generating function of our

random variable, let us turn to the ... Let Q denote a random variable which is a

**quadratic form**in the items of a random sample of size n from a distribution which...

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