Applied Math for Business, Social and Natural Sciences
West Publishing Company, College & School Division, 1992 - Business mathematics - 1004 pages
This is the primary book in a four-book series and is designed for the one-year combined course in finite math and calculus. It is applications-oriented with an intuitive approach and a very strong chapter on finance.
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R Algebra Review
Functions and Linear Models
Graphing Polynomial and Rational Functions
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absolute minimum approximately concave constraints are binding continued decreasing increasing dual prices dy dx exdx feasible region Find equivalent Future value horizontal asymptote increases the optimal inflection point intercepts Inverse matrix lim fix linear model Maximize maximum measures the sensitivity Minimize Nonbasic variables number of units objective function optimal basis Optimal solution optimal value partial derivatives equal Point-slope form Present value primal constraints quantity demanded Quotients rate of change reflect graph relative minimum Review Exercises right-hand side saddle point secant line Set the partial shadow price Shift graph side of constraint Simplex tableau slack slope Slope-intercept form squares error subject to xx surplus amounts tableau for dual Total money flow units of product Value of objective Vertex Point vertical asymptote y-intercept Ах Дх