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" Events would converge to no fixt Ratio at all. Again, as it is thus demonstrable that there are, in the constitution of things, certain Laws according to which Events happen, it is no less evident from Observation, that those Laws serve to wise, useful... "
The Doctrine of Chances: Or, a Method of Calculating the Probabilities of ... - Page 252
by Abraham de Moivre - 1756 - 348 pages
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Classical Probability in the Enlightenment

Lorraine Daston - 1988 - 456 pages
...demonstrating mathematically: Again, as it is thus demonstrable that there are, in the constitution of things, certain Laws according to which Events happen, it is no less evident from Observation, that those Laws serve to wise, useful and beneficent purposes, to preserve...
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Games, Gods, and Gambling: A History of Probability and Statistical Ideas

Florence Nightingale David - 1998 - 324 pages
...converge to no fixt Ratio at alL Again, as it is thus demonstrable that there are, in the constitution of things, certain Laws according to which Events happen, it is no less evident from Observation, that those Laws serve to wise, useful and beneficent purposes ; to preserve...
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A History of Probability and Statistics and Their Applications before 1750

Anders Hald - 2005 - 611 pages
...Abraham de Moivre, runs as follows: Again, as it is thus demonstrable that there are. in the constitution of things, certain Laws according to which Events happen, it is no less evident from Observation, that those Laws serve to wise, useful and beneficient purposes; to preserve...
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The Art of Conjecturing, Together with Letter to a Friend on Sets in Court ...

Jacob Bernoulli - 2006 - 468 pages
...converge to no fixt Ratio at all. Again, as it is thus demonstrable that there are, in the constitution of things, certain Laws according to which Events happen, it is no less evident from Observation, that those Laws serve to wise, useful and beneficent purposes; to preserve...
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