Let R(t)= ln M(t), where M(t) is the moment-generating function of a random variable of the continuous type. How do you show the following? a) b)
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Hello, Originally Posted by antman Let R(t)= ln M(t), where M(t) is the moment-generating function of a random variable of the continuous type. How do you show the following? a) b) We know that And remember that a) b) (using quotient rule for ) Thus
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