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8.1 The

is of known functional form but the p.d. f. depends upon an unknown parameter 6

that may have any value in a set Q. This will be denoted by writing the p.d.f. in ...

8.1 The

**Problem**of Point Estimation Let a random variable X have a p.d. f. whichis of known functional form but the p.d. f. depends upon an unknown parameter 6

that may have any value in a set Q. This will be denoted by writing the p.d.f. in ...

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In the applications, this assumption may not be realistic, and we propose now to

discuss this

case of a more general

In the applications, this assumption may not be realistic, and we propose now to

discuss this

**problem**more generally. Remark. This discussion treats a specialcase of a more general

**problem**which is sometimes called the “two-sample” ...Page 331

Since the ci are not all equal, in this regression

distributions depend upon the choice of c1, C2, ..., ca. We shall investigate ways

of making statistical inferences about the parameters co, B, and oo. First, the ...

Since the ci are not all equal, in this regression

**problem**the means of the normaldistributions depend upon the choice of c1, C2, ..., ca. We shall investigate ways

of making statistical inferences about the parameters co, B, and oo. First, the ...

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