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Mathematical trend curves

James Vincent Gregg

# Mathematical trend curves

## by James Vincent Gregg

Published by For Imperial Chemical Industries Ltd,. by Oliver & Boyd .
Written in English

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The Physical Object ID Numbers Statement by J.V. Gregg, C.H. Hossell,J.T. Richardson. Series Mathematical & statistical techniques for industry series;monograph no.1 Pagination 99p.,ill.,26cm Number of Pages 99 Open Library OL19510857M

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