Statistical Inference and Hypothesis Testing (ISS (Statistical Services) Statistics Paper II (New 2016 MCQ Pattern)): Questions 78  82 of 222
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Question number: 78
» Statistical Inference and Hypothesis Testing » Estimation Methods of Maximum Likelihood
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Let be a random sample from the distribution with pdf
; , , the MLE of is
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Choice (4)  Response  

a. 


b. 


c. 


d. 


Question number: 79
» Statistical Inference and Hypothesis Testing » Moments and Least Squares
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The credit of inventing the method of moments for estimating the parameters goes to
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Choice (4)  Response  

a.  CramerRao 

b.  Karl Pearson 

c.  R. A. Fisher 

d.  Neyman 

Question number: 80
» Statistical Inference and Hypothesis Testing » Confidence Interval Estimation
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It is given that , and . Then the 95 % Confidence Interval for the population mean
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Choice (4)  Response  

a.  1725.61 ± 222.45 

b.  1725.61 ± 897.36 

c.  18 ± 222.45 

d.  1725.61 ± 110.69 

Question number: 81
» Statistical Inference and Hypothesis Testing » Confidence Interval Estimation
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The diameter of cylindrical rods is assumed to be normally distributed with a standard deviation of 0.91 cm. A sample of 25 rods has a mean diameter of 4.5 cm. 95 % confidence limits for population mean are:
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Choice (4)  Response  

a.  1.9±0.098 

b. 


c. 


d.  All of the above 

Question number: 82
» Statistical Inference and Hypothesis Testing » CramerRao Inequality
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Which of the following is not a regularity condition for CramerRao Inequality?
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Choice (4)  Response  

a.  The parameter space , can have only positive values. 

b.  The differentiation and integration of are interchangeable. In symbols


c.  The information function exists and is positive for all 

d.  The derivative exists for all 
