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    7.4.2 Show that the following family is not complete by finding at least one nonzero function u(x) such that E[u(X)]=0, for all theta >0.

    f(x; theta)= 1/(2*theta), -theta <x< theta where 0<theta<infinity and 0 elsewhere.

    The answer is Xbar.

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