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Biostatistical Analysis (5th Edition)
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Find a copy in the library Finding libraries that hold this item Introduction — Populations and samples — Measures of central tendency — Measures of dispersion and variability — Probabilities — The normal distribution — One-sample hypotheses — Two-sample hypotheses — Paired-sample hypotheses — Multisample hypotheses: Details Additional Physical Format: Upper Saddle River, N.
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