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" terms such as a competent mathematician could deal with, disentangled from all reference to heredity, and in that shape submitted it to Mr. J. Hamilton Dickson, of St. Peter's college, Cambridge. I asked him kindly to investigate for me the surface of... "
Science - Page 266
edited by - 1885
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Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute of Great Britain ..., Volume 15

1886 - 804 pages
...and (3) the average ratio of regression. I noted these values, and phrased the problem in abetract terms such as a competent mathematician could deal...would result from these three data, and the various particular. of its sections, one of which would form the ellipses to which I have alluded. I may be...
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Natural inheritance

Sir Francis Galton - 1889 - 259 pages
...submitted it to Mr. JD Hamilton Dickson, Tutor of St. Peter's College, Cambridge (see Appendix B). I asked him kindly to investigate for me the Surface...would result from these three data, and the various shapes and other particulars of its sections that were made by horizontal planes, inasmuch as they...
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