By André I. Khuri
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Extra resources for Advanced Calculus with Applications in Statistics, Second Edition
S Ž X m 1, X m 2 , . . , X m n .. In this case, we say that the collection of random variables X 1 , X 2 , . . , X n is exchangeable. 5. Consider the problem of testing the null hypothesis H0 : F 0 versus the alternative hypothesis Ha : ) 0 , where is some unknown parameter that belongs to a set A. Let T be a statistic used in making a decision as to whether H0 should be rejected or not. This statistic is appropriately called a test statistic. Suppose that H0 is rejected if T ) t, where t is some real number.
S 1 and glbŽ A. s 0. In this case, lubŽ A. belongs to A, but glbŽ A. does not. 6. SOME BASIC TOPOLOGICAL CONCEPTS The field of topology is an abstract study that evolved as an independent discipline in response to certain problems in classical analysis and geometry. It provides a unifying theory that can be used in many diverse branches of mathematics. In this section, we present a brief account of some basic definitions and results in the so-called point-set topology. 1. Let A be a set, and let F s Ä B␣ 4 be a family of subsets of A.
Under what conditions are the two sides in Žb. equal? 9. 1. 10. 2. 11. Show that the set A s Ä 3, 9, 19, 33, 51, 73, . . 4 is countable. 12. Show that '3 is an irrational number. 13. Let a, b, c, and d be rational numbers such that aq 'b s c q 'd . Then, either (a) as c, bs d, or (b) b and d are both squares of rational numbers. 14. Let A ; R be a nonempty set bounded from below. Define yA to be the set Ä yx < x g A4 . Show that infŽ A. s ysupŽyA.. 15. Let A ; R be a closed and bounded set, and let supŽ A.
Advanced Calculus with Applications in Statistics, Second Edition by André I. Khuri