An Essay Towards Making the Doctrine of Chances Easy to Those who Understand Vulgar Arithmetick Only: To which are Added, Some Useful Tables on Annuities for Lives, &c. ... By Mr. Hoyle
T. Osborne, and R. Baldwin, 1764 - 73 pages
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