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Introduction Probaility and Statistics

Introduction Probaility and Statistics
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Publisher: University of Southern Maine
Number of pages: 147

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Topics: Data Analysis; Probability; Random Variables and Discrete Distributions; Continuous Probability Distributions; Sampling Distributions; Point and Interval Estimation; Large Sample Estimation; Large-Sample Tests of Hypothesis; Inferences From Small Sample; The Analysis of Variance; Simple Linear Regression and Correlation; Multiple Linear Regression.

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