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It will surely be true for a wide class of prior distributions that the conditions of the theorem will be satisfied for sufficiently large n. As n increases, the width of the interval la, namely 2A o-/Vn, tends to zero, and therefore the condition that 7I(0) be almost constant in Ia becomes less of a restriction. 2 increases the sample values, the data, influence the posterior distribution more than the prior distribution. 10: the datum precision is n/o-2, increasing with n, whilst the prior precision remains constant at 0-6-2.

Now prior to sampling the most probable value of 0 was o o vo/(vo + 2) and its mean was of v0/(v0 -2), vo > 2, so that tea, between these two values, to avoid complications with odd 2's, is an estimate of U2 from prior knowledge. The posterior value corresponding to o-02 is (vo o'02 + ns2)/(vo + n), which is a weighted mean of prior knowledge (moo) and sample knowledge (s2) with weights vo and n. The weights are appro- priate because we saw that large values of vo correspond to rather precise knowledge of 0 before the experiment and large values of n correspond naturally to a lot of knowledge from the sample.

The effect on the distribution of 02, which is inversely proportional to x2, is just the opposite: the distribution is more dispersed. 6), values which increase as v decreases from n ton - 1. This is the effect of the loss of information about,u. 3, with the degrees of freedom reduced by one and the sum of squares about the sample mean replacing the sum about the true mean. 1). Suppose the ten readings are from a normal distribution of unknown mean and variance; that is, both the systematic and random errors are unknown.