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Statistics for Engineering Problem Solving (Electrical Engineering) by  Stephen B Vardeman - 1st Edition - 1994 - from Trumpington Fine Books Limited and

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Statistics for Engineering Problem Solving (Electrical Engineering)

by Vardeman, Stephen B

Condition: Very Good

Boston: Duxbury Press. Hard Boards. 0534928714 712pp; 99pp of appendix. Illustrated with numerous equations and diagrams. Bump to the tail of the spine and light shelf wear and light rubbing to the head of the spine and to the board corners. Light indentation to the spine strip. The textblock is fresh and clean. A very good copy . Very Good. 1994. 1st Edition.


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