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Laws and chance variations basic concepts of statistical inference. by Erling Sverdrup

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Published by Rand McNally in Chicago .
Written in English


  • Mathematical statistics.

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Other titlesBasic concepts of statistical inference.
LC ClassificationsQA276 .S913
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Open LibraryOL5542132M
ISBN 100720420229
LC Control Number67020021

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