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On grouped observations by N. F. Gjeddebæk

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Published by Eget forlag/Ferrosan, Eksp.: A/S Ferrosan, Sydmarken 1-5 in Søborg .
Written in English


  • Analysis of variance.,
  • Estimation theory.

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Statement[by] N. F. Gjeddebæk.
LC ClassificationsQA279 .G57
The Physical Object
Pagination28 p.
Number of Pages28
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5464403M
LC Control Number73167150

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