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The seventh throughly revised and enlarged edition of this indispensable book for all introductory and advance courses in statistics is intended to cater to the needs of the students preparing for B.Com. (Pass and Honours), B.A. (Economics Honours), M.Com., M.A. (Economics): CA, ICWA, MBA and other management courses. While retaining the basic features of earlier editions, this edition of the book includes Two New Chapters (Chapters 26 and 27), and extensively revised, restructured, rewritten and updated material, with a number of distinct features.
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