# Let Yı, Y2, ...,Yn be an iid sample from a population distribution described by the pdf...

Let Yı, Y2, ...,Yn be an iid sample from a population distribution described by the pdf fy(y|0) = (@+ 1) yº, o<y<1 for 0> - -1. (a) Find the MOM estimator of 0. (b) Find the maximum likelihood estimator (MLE) of 0. (c) Find the MLE of the population mean E(Y) = 0 +1 0 + 2 You do not need to prove that the above is true. Just find its MLE.

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