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Course: STAT 702, Spring 2009
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702 STAT - Spring 2009 - Prof. Talih HOMEWORK 6 - DUE: Monday, May 11. The following are from Ross, 9th edition. Attempt all questions for partial credit. [3 pts] Exercise 4, p. 657. Hint: Either use the inverse-gamma distribution of Ta that we derived in class, or write E[Ta] as the integral of P(Ta &gt; t) for t in [0, +infty) and appeal to the reflection principle. [3 pts] Exercise 6, p....

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702 STAT - Spring 2009 - Prof. Talih HOMEWORK 6 - DUE: Monday, May 11. The following are from Ross, 9th edition. Attempt all questions for partial credit. [3 pts] Exercise 4, p. 657. Hint: Either use the inverse-gamma distribution of Ta that we derived in class, or write E[Ta] as the integral of P(Ta > t) for t in [0, +infty) and appeal to the reflection principle. [3 pts] Exercise 6, p. 657. [3 pts] Exercise 9, p. 658. [3 pts] Exercise 18, p. 659. Hint: Martingale property is defined at the top of p...

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