do you know that the likelihood function is
I am trying to show that the monotone likelihood ratio for a uniform distribution [0,theta] is the maximum value (X1,...Xn). I know how to compute the monotone likelihood ratio by using fn(x given theta1)/fn(x given theta2), but then how do i show this is the maximum (X1,...Xn)?? Thanks
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It is like the formula on this page only our class uses theta1 as f(x) and theta2 as g(x)