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Probability in social science : seven expository units illustrating the use of probability methods and models, with exercises, and bibliographies to guide further reading in the social science and mathematics literatures / by Samuel Goldberg
Bib ID 1799980
Format BookBook
Author
Goldberg, Samuel, 1925-
 
Description Boston : Birkhauser, c1983 
xii, 119 p. ; 24 cm. 
ISBN 3764330899
3764331283 (paperback)
Series

Mathematical modeling (Boston, Mass.) ; no. 1.

Notes

Includes bibliographies and index.

Subjects Social sciences -- Statistical methods.  |  Social sciences -- Mathematical models.  |  Probabilities.

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