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lognormal distribution with special reference to its uses in economics by Aitchison, J.

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Published by Cambridge University Press .
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Statementby J. Aitchison and J.A.C. Brown.
SeriesMonographs / University of Cambridge. Department of Applied Economics -- no.5, Monographs (University of Cambridge. Department of Applied Economics) -- no.5.
ContributionsBrown, J. A. C.
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Open LibraryOL20204545M

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