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### by J.G. Kalbfleisch

**ISBN:**0387961836**Category:**Math & Science**Author:**J.G. Kalbfleisch**Subcategory:**Mathematics**Other formats:**mobi lrf lit doc**Language:**English**Publisher:**Springer; 2nd edition (October 14, 1985)**Pages:**360 pages**FB2 size:**1585 kb**EPUB size:**1916 kb**Rating:**4.6**Votes:**517

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This book is in two volumes, and is intended as a text for introductory courses in probability and statistics at the second or third year university level. Nearly 900 problems and exercises of varying difficulty are given, and Appendix A contains answers to about one-third of them

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