## Introduction to Mathematical StatisticsAn exceptionally clear and impeccably accurate presentation of statistical applications and more advanced theory. Included is a chapter on the distribution of functions of random variables as well as an excellent chapter on sufficient statistics. More modern technology is used in considering limiting distributions, making the presentations more clear and uniform. |

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Let f(x, y) = e~x~ ', 0 < x < oo, 0 < y < oo, zero elsewhere, be the p.d.f. of X and Y.

Then if Z = X + /, compute Pr (Z < 0), Pr (Z ... (a) Write these probabilities in a

rectangular array as in Example 2, recording each

Let f(x, y) = e~x~ ', 0 < x < oo, 0 < y < oo, zero elsewhere, be the p.d.f. of X and Y.

Then if Z = X + /, compute Pr (Z < 0), Pr (Z ... (a) Write these probabilities in a

rectangular array as in Example 2, recording each

**marginal p.d.f.**in the "margins.Page 110

Now, however, let us take any group of k < n of these random variables and let us

find the joint p.d.f. of them. This joint p.d.f. is called the

particular group of k variables. To fix the ideas, take n = 6, k = 3, and let us select

the ...

Now, however, let us take any group of k < n of these random variables and let us

find the joint p.d.f. of them. This joint p.d.f. is called the

**marginal p.d.f.**of thisparticular group of k variables. To fix the ideas, take n = 6, k = 3, and let us select

the ...

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From this joint p.d.f. g(yu y2) we may obtain the

on y2 or the

emphasized that the technique of change of variables involves the introduction of

as ...

From this joint p.d.f. g(yu y2) we may obtain the

**marginal p.d.f.**of F, by summingon y2 or the

**marginal p.d.f.**of Y2 by summing on y,. Perhaps it should beemphasized that the technique of change of variables involves the introduction of

as ...

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