Schaum's Outline of Theory and Problems of Introduction to Mathematical Economics

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McGraw-Hill, 1992 - Economics, Mathematical - 485 pages
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This is an accompaniment for economics students who have a limited knowledge of maths, presenting a solved-problem introduction to basic concepts in calculus, differential equations, matrix algebra and linear programming. This new edition contains new chapters on logarithmic differentiation, area under a curve, and a review section for those students whose understanding of maths is very weak.

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Review: Introduction to Mathematical Economics (Schaum's Outlines)

User Review  - Arm Rojanavasu - Goodreads

Short briefly with a lot of exercises but it's not in-depth fundamental mathematical economics book like Alpha,Chiang I recommend for freshman who pass calculus 1 and Micro Economics 1 courses even ... Read full review

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Contents

Chapter REVIEW
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ECONOMIC APPLICATIONS OF GRAPHS AND EQUATIONS
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THE DERIVATIVE AND THE RULES OF DIFFERENTIATION
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