## Mathematics for business, management, and economics: a systems modelling approach |

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### Contents

Key to symbols | 9 |

Differentiation and its applications | 81 |

Integration and its applications | 157 |

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analysis applied approximation assumed average basic capital chain rule coefficients composite function considered constant constraint convergence cost function CT(Q curve data points defined demand function demand level density function derivative described Determine difference equation differential equation discount dx dx dy/dx dynamic equilibrium exponential function expressed fixed costs functional relationship geometric given gives gradient graph Hence increase indefinite integral INPUT integration interval inventory inverse inverse matrix involving limit marginal cost mathematical matrix MC(Q method minimum month multiplication obtain operation output parameters particular Pr(Q probability density function production level production rate profit function quadratic function quantity quotient quotient rule represents revenue sales rate scheme sequence shown in Fig Simpson's rule sketch solution stationary point Substituting suppliers supply level supply price Suppose Taylor series Technical exercise technique turning point unit cost units/week variable vector yields zero