5.R: References

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1. ibid., p. 161.↩
2. T. P. Hill, “The Significant Digit Phenomenon," vol. 102, no. 4 (April 1995), pgs. 322-327.↩
3. M. Nigrini, “Detecting Biases and Irregularities in Tabulated Data," working paper↩
4. S. Newcomb, “Note on the frequency of use of the different digits in natural numbers," vol. 4 (1881), pgs. 39-40.↩
5. ibid., p. 161.↩
6. Private communication.↩
7. L. von Bortkiewicz, (Leipzig: Teubner, 1898), p. 24.↩
8. R. L. Tenney and C. C. Foster, , Math. Mag. 49 (1976) no. 3, pgs. 115-120.↩
9. G. E. P. Box and M. E. Muller, , Ann. of Math. Stat. 29 (1958), pgs. 610-611.↩
10. W. Feller, , vol. 2, (New York: Wiley, 1966)↩
11. S. Ross, 2d ed. (New York: Macmillan, 1984).↩

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