# Unbiased estimator

## Main Question or Discussion Point

If I want shows that $$\hat{b}$$ is an unbiased estimator for the b
where $$\hat{b}$$ = - $$\sum$$ ln xi /n
f(x)= $$\frac{1}{b}$$ e(1-b/b)

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If I want shows that $$\hat{b}$$ is an unbiased estimator for the b
where $$\hat{b}$$ = - $$\sum$$ ln xi /n
f(x)= $$\frac{1}{b}$$ e(1-b/b)
Is that meant to be (1-b)/b? If its not then you'll get 1/b which is basically a uniform distribution,given that the domain is accurate.

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