Measuring the real world: a textbook in applied statistical methods

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John Wiley & Sons, Mar 27, 1997 - Mathematics - 268 pages
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Offers an introduction in Applied Statistics focusing on some of the statistics of today's society--world wide population growth, economic developments, international trade and energy consumption, global maldistribution of income and absorption of resources, depletion of species and resources, environmental changes, and human problems.

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The Global Situation
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Primary and Secondary Magnitudes
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