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Again, let X1,..., Xn be iid observations from the Uniform(0,0) distribution. (a) Find the joint pdf of Xi) and X(n)- (b) Define R = X(n)-X(1) as the sample range. Find the pdf of R. (c) It turns out, if Xi, . . . , xn (iid) Uniform(0,0), E(R)-θ . What happens to E® as n increases? Briefly explain in words why this makes sense intuitively.

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