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I want to assume that the numbers x and y are stochastic. If we let f(.) be a pdf

To do a hypothesis test, you must assume enough information in the hypothesis H0 to be able to compute the probability that the observed data happened. Your statements that "x and y are stochastic" and that we let "f(.) be a pdf" are not sufficient to describe a specific probability model for the data. Think of trying to write a stochastic simulation for the data. What you have said isn't sufficient information to give to a programmer who is supposed to write the simulation. Can you describe how you would simulate the data in a computer program?

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