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Also, you can't get the credibility premium (Buhlmann?) without knowing the observations. Finally, you write the Bayesian estimate as a formula in "a" and "n", but previously wrote that a=4 once and a=50 another time and n=25. Might you look again at the problem and then carefully restate your question?
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The data and answer still make little sense. Might you scan the printed version of the problem and "solution" and post it? I suspect you have typed some things incorrectly.
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