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  • In probability theory, Slutsky's theorem extends some properties of algebraic operations on convergent sequences of real numbers to sequences of random variables. The theorem was named after Eugen Slutsky. Slutsky's theorem is also attributed to Harald Cramér. (en)
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  • In probability theory, Slutsky's theorem extends some properties of algebraic operations on convergent sequences of real numbers to sequences of random variables. The theorem was named after Eugen Slutsky. Slutsky's theorem is also attributed to Harald Cramér. (en)
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  • Slutsky's theorem (en)
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