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    biased?

    Show that X is biased. Show that X is asymptotically unbiased: that is show that Bias[X] -> 0 as n->infinity...

    X = - (n/Sum(logXi))

    sum is from i=1 to n.

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    do you a distribution and a parameter anywhere?
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