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HW #1 Solutions

Problem #3

The variables in parts d), f), h) are random variables.

Problem #12

n

1 X

s2 = { Xi2 nX 2 }

n 1 i=1

Hence

n

1 X

E(s2 ) = { EXi2 nE X 2 }

n 1 i=1

coupled with simple random sampling without replacement, we have

2

E X 2 = V ar(X) + (E X)2 = + 2

n

Therefore

1

E(s2 ) = {n( 2 + 2 ) n( 2 /n + 2 )} = 2

n1

b) Since the square root function is nonlinear, s is not an unbiased estimate

of .

2

c) Since X = 2 /n, we conclude from part a) that

E(n1 s2 ) = n1 2 = 2 X

d) Since T2 = N 2 X

2

, it follows from part c) that n1 N 2 s2 is an unbiased

estimate of T2 .

p(1 p). Because of simple random sampling with replacement, we conclude

that p2 = p(1 p)/n. The proof is complete by noting that

p(1 p) 1

E = {E p [V ar(p) + (E p)2 ]}

n1 n1

1 p(1 p) p(1 p)

= {p [ + p2 ]} =

n1 n n

Problem #15

Thus

200

P (|X | > 200) 2 2( ),

X

q

589.7 n1

where X =

n

1 392

A plot of this probability versus sample size is

attached.

0.12

0.1

0.08

Probability

0.06

0.04

0.02

0

20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100

Sample Size

n = 40, 1 = 145.5368, 2 = 59.6789

n = 80, 1 = 96.9042, 2 = 39.7366

Problem #24

n

X n

X

E Xc = ci EXi = ci = .

i=1 i=1

P

n

X n

X

V ar Xc = c2i Var(Xi ) = c2i 2

i=1 i=1

n

X n

X

L(c1 , , cn , ) = 2 c2i + ( ci 1)

i=1 i=1

For i = 1, , n, we have

L

= 2 2 ci + .

ci

Setting these partial derivatives equal to zero, we have

ci =

2 2

Since ni=1 ci = 1, we obtain = 2 2 /n. Plugging this expression in ci , we

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