3 edition of Probability and Statistics in Aerospace Engineering found in the catalog.
August 9, 2006
by University Press of the Pacific
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||136|
standing or a practical review of probability and statistics. On the other hand, this book is eminently suitable as a textbook on statistics and probability for engineering students. Areas of practical knowledge based on the fundamentals of probability and statistics are developed using a logical and understandable approach which appeals toFile Size: 2MB. eBook Packages Mathematics and Statistics; Print ISBN ; Online ISBN ; Buy this book on publisher's site; Industry Sectors Pharma Biotechnology Finance, Business & Banking Electronics IT & Software Telecommunications Energy, Utilities & Environment Aerospace Oil, Gas & Geosciences Engineering.
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