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Old 11-05-2017, 07:17 AM
henry2015 henry2015 is offline
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Default Re: Chapter 1 - Exercise 1.9

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Originally Posted by magdon View Post
If \mu=0.9 and \nu\le0.1, it implies that |\nu-\mu|>0.8^- (any number slightly less than 0.8). By the implication bound,

P[\nu\le0.1] \le P[|\nu-\mu|>0.8^-]

By looking at the RHS, one can identify \epsilon for applying the Hoeffding bound.
Hi, I am a bit confused.

I thought when it says \nu\le0.1, it means 0\le\nu\le0.1 because smallest probably is 0; hence, 0.8\le|\nu-\mu|\le0.9....I am sure I miss something.

Any pointer?

Thanks!
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