Probability, Statistics, and Truth

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Courier Corporation, 1957 - Mathematics - 244 pages
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This comprehensive study of probability, its relation to statistics, and its truth-finding value considers the approaches of Pascal, Laplace, Poisson, and others. It also discusses Laws of Large Numbers, the theory of errors, and other relevant topics. Numerous examples complement the text.

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