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Unformatted text preview: Tutor: DONG JING STAT 1302 Probability and Statistics II Tutorial 6 Office : Rm518, Meng Wah Complex Email : pepper@hkusua.hku.hk Part I ： Review Part I ： Review art I ： Review art I (assignment 3.16) olution of Part I (assignment 3.16) • (a) • The likelihood function: olution of Part I (assignment 3.16) b) olution of Part I (assignment 3.16) c) olution of Part I (assignment 3.16) c) olution of Part I (assignment 3.16) c) Fisher information olution of Part I (assignment 3.16) d ） Part II Hypothesis Testing There are essentially two kinds of statistical inference: (1)Estimation : Use samples and sample variables to predict population variables. (2)Hypothesis testing: Use samples and sample variables to test hypotheses about populations and population variables. (2.1) parametric hypothesis (2.2) nonparametric hypothesis • Formulation of hypotheses is subjective , depends on the practical situation as well as the attitude of the person who hypothesizes. • Conclusions from hypothesis tests may not always produce the correct answer ....
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 Spring '10
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 Statistics, Probability

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