2 edition of Introductory engineering statistics found in the catalog.
Introductory engineering statistics
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|Statement||by I. Guttman, S.S. Wilks and J.S.Hunter.|
|Contributions||Wilks, S. S. 1906-1964., Hunter, J. S.|
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