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# Statistics, estimator of consistency

Fri 17 Jun, 2011 01:48 pm
Suppose that X sub 1, X sub 2,... X sub n and Y sub 1, Y sub 2,... Y sub n are independent random samples from populations with means Mu sub 1 and Mu sub 2 and Variances Sigma sub 1 squared and Sigma sub 2 squared, respectively. Show that X bar - Y bar is a consistent estimator of Mu sub 1 - Mu sub 2.
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cicerone imposter

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Fri 17 Jun, 2011 06:37 pm
@brokencdplayer,
Now, translate that into English.
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