Geodetic surveying and the adjustment of observations (method of least squares) by Edward Lovering Ingram

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  • Geodesy

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Bibliography: p. 374-376.

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Statementby Edward L. Ingram
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LC ClassificationsQB301 .I6
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Paginationxx, 389 p.
Number of Pages389
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Open LibraryOL24170871M
LC Control Numberl 26000093
OCLC/WorldCa21565364

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