## Introduction to Mathematical Statistics |

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... + ya, 22 = y2 define a one-to-one transformation from .9/ = {(xi, z2); 0 < a. i < oo,

0 < x2 < 00} onto 3 = {(y1, y2); –2y, 3 ya and 0 < y2, -oo & y < oo}. The Jacobian

of the transformation is 2 1 0 1

... + ya, 22 = y2 define a one-to-one transformation from .9/ = {(xi, z2); 0 < a. i < oo,

0 < x2 < 00} onto 3 = {(y1, y2); –2y, 3 ya and 0 < y2, -oo & y < oo}. The Jacobian

of the transformation is 2 1 0 1

**hence**the joint p.d.f. of Yi and Ya is 2 g(y1, y2) = ...Page 144

stochastically independent in the special case of n = 2, p = 0, and g” = 1. In

Chapter 8, it will be proved that X and S4 and,

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**Hence**n(X = p)*/g” is x*(1). In Example 2, p. 132, it was seen that X and S4 arestochastically independent in the special case of n = 2, p = 0, and g” = 1. In

Chapter 8, it will be proved that X and S4 and,

**hence**, n(X – p.)*/g” and nS*/o” are...

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The joint complete sufficient statistics for these parameters are, respectively, Xua)

, Xa, ..., X, Sãa), S3, ..., Sí, where Xaa, and Sãa, are the mean and the variance of

that sample which was formed by combining the first two samples;

The joint complete sufficient statistics for these parameters are, respectively, Xua)

, Xa, ..., X, Sãa), S3, ..., Sí, where Xaa, and Sãa, are the mean and the variance of

that sample which was formed by combining the first two samples;

**hence**W1 is ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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