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The World Is Built On Probability – Tarasov
YOU WON’T REGRET READING THIS BOOK We now come to much awaited book by Lev Tarasov The World Is Built On Probability. And this post also is the 200th post on Mirtitles! Thanks to all who helped and encouraged!! From … Continue reading
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Science for Everyone – Yes, No Or Maybe
This time in the Science for Everyone series we come to a text on Statistics, this one is named Yes, No Or Maybe and is written by Ya. I Khurgin. This is what the back cover of the book says: … Continue reading
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