Stat5102 Exam 1 Solution, 2016
Problem 1 Solution:
n1 S 2 ). By the invariance principle, the
(a). The MLE of (, 2 ) is (X,
n1 S 2
MLE of e+ 2 is eX+ 2 .
(b). By definition Bias = E[(t)
1 X tXi
e ] = E[etX ] = (t)
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PART I I Foundations of Evolutionary Psychology
IDENTIFYING ADAPTIVE PROBLEMS
Qt is clear that humans, like many species, have faced an extraordinary number of adaptive
problems over human evolutionary history, giving rise to many complex adaptive mec
3.3 Sampling Designs
The population is the entire group of individuals
or objects about which we want information. The
information collected is constrained in a sample
which is the part of the population we actually
get to observe.
The idea here is that w
1. Looking at Data-Distribution
Lets play Raisins Activity
Give each student a small box of raisins for
them to count the number of raisins in the
Ask each student the number of raisins in
Construct a display of the data called a