Statistical & Quantitative Methods , Advanced Statistics

Given: There are 4 jobs and 4 persons. The cost incurred for each person and each job is as follows:
Persons Job 1 Job 2 Job 3 Job 4
A 10 9 21 11
B 15 12 25 17
C 12 10 20 12
D 17 15 23 13

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