Statistical Theory (STAT 467/667)
Homework 1 Solution - Spring 2015
Department of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Nevada, Reno
Problem 3.2.13.
Let X1 , ., X7 be i.i.d. U(0, 1), that is indep
Statistical Theory (STAT 467/667)
Homework 3 Solution - Spring 2015
Department of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Nevada, Reno
Problem 5.2.1.
8
ki (1 )1ki =
L()
=
ln L()
=
=
ki
(1 )8
8
i=1
Statistical Theory (STAT 467/667)
Homework 4 Solution - Spring 2015
Department of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Nevada, Reno
Problem 5.3.2
203
Let 52, 69, 73, 88, 87, 56 be the data descri
Statistical Theory (STAT 467/667)
Homework 5 Solution - Spring 2015
Department of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Nevada, Reno
Problem 5.4.2.
u n1
1
From Example 5.4.2, f (u) = n
1
(a) For
Statistical Theory (STAT 467/667)
Homework 6 Solution - Spring 2015
Department of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Nevada, Reno
Problem 5.8.1.
Let X geometric(p) where pX (k | ) = (1 )k for k
Statistical Theory (STAT 467/667)
Homework 7 Solution - Spring 2015
Department of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Nevada, Reno
Problem 6.2.1.
(a) Compute z =
y
114.2 120
=
= 1.61. Reject H0
Statistical Theory (STAT 467/667)
Homework 8 Solution - Spring 2015
Department of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Nevada, Reno
Problem 6.4.8
Will n = 45 be a suciently large sample size to t
Statistical Theory (STAT 467/667)
Homework 9 Solution - Spring 2015
Department of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Nevada, Reno
Problem 7.3.4
(n 1)S 2
(n 1)2 Var(S 2 )
. Then Var(Y ) =
. We a
Statistical Theory (STAT 467/667)
Homework 10 Solution - Spring 2015
Department of Mathematics and Statistics, University of Nevada, Reno
Problem 9.2.7.
Let = 0.1. Then sp = 634.9 and t = 4.55. Since