## Introduction to Mathematical Statistics |

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Accordingly, if U and V are stochastically independent chi-square variables with

r1 and r2

preceding p.d.f.gi(f). The distribution of this random variable is usually called an F

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Accordingly, if U and V are stochastically independent chi-square variables with

r1 and r2

**degrees of freedom**respectively, then - U/r, TV/r, has the immediatelypreceding p.d.f.gi(f). The distribution of this random variable is usually called an F

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has an F distribution with b – 1 and (a – 1)(b – 1)

subsequent sections it will be seen that some likelihood ratio tests of certain

statistical hypotheses can be based on these F statistics. EXERCISES 12.1. In

Example 2 ...

has an F distribution with b – 1 and (a – 1)(b – 1)

**degrees of freedom**. In thesubsequent sections it will be seen that some likelihood ratio tests of certain

statistical hypotheses can be based on these F statistics. EXERCISES 12.1. In

Example 2 ...

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Thus Q/o” has a chisquare distribution with n

)/o has a normal distribution with zero mean and unit variance; thus each of Q1/a"

and Q2/0% has a chi-square distribution with one

Thus Q/o” has a chisquare distribution with n

**degrees of freedom**. Each of the ... B)/o has a normal distribution with zero mean and unit variance; thus each of Q1/a"

and Q2/0% has a chi-square distribution with one

**degree of freedom**. Since Qa ...### What people are saying - Write a review

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