2 edition of Statistics for Business found in the catalog.
Statistics for Business
by Course Technology
Written in English
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To Professor William. Benoit, Chair ofthe Business Department, Plymouth State College, Plymouth. Statistics for Business is meant as a textbook for students in business, computer science, bioengineering, environmental technology, and mathematics.
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