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A First Course In Mathematical Statistics

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A First Course In Mathematical Statistics
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Publisher: Cambridge University Press
ISBN/ASIN: 0521091586
Number of pages: 302

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This book provides the mathematical foundations of statistics. Its aim is to explain the principles, to prove the formulae to give validity to the methods employed in the interpretation of statistical data. Many examples are included but, since the primary emphasis is on the underlying theory, it is of interest to students of a wide variety of subjects.

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