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THE AMERICAN STATISTICIAN
"In summary, I think that many readers with a strong interest in mathematics, statistics, physics, or other areas of science will find this book interesting and challenging. I strongly recommend it to all who are interested in science and would like to see how the ideas of both theoretical mathematics and statistics have been observed and used in real life throughout history."
"The book is nicely written and should entertain many readers…"
This is an excellent study of what randomness means, particularly in Beltrami's treatment of averages.Published on July 16, 2002
This is a wonderful book both for the science and mathematics laymen and also for those scientists whose experience with random phenomena may be limited to a particular application... Read morePublished on February 9, 2000 by Jay Mendelsohn