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6.4.6 Let X1,X2,....,Xn be a random sample from N(mu, sigma^2).
(a) If the constant b is defined by the equation Pr(X<=b)= 0.90 find the mle of b.

Answer from back of the book: Xbar + 1.282 sqrt[(n-1)/n] S

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6.4.6 Let X1,X2,....,Xn be a random sample from N(mu, sigma^2).
(a) If the constant b is defined by the equation Pr(X<=b)= 0.90 find the mle of b.

Answer from back of the book: Xbar + 1.282 sqrt[(n-1)/n] S

Solution. Let X1,X2,....,Xn be a random sample from . We can find the MLE of and the MLE of as follows.

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