Schaum's Outline of Mathematical Methods for Business and EconomicsConfused by the math of business and economics? Problem solved. Schaum's Outline of Mathematical Methods for Business and Economics reviews the mathematical tools, topics, and techniques essential for success in business and economics today. The theory and solved problem format of each chapter provides concise explanations illustrated by examples, plus numerous problems with fully worked-out solutions. And you don't have to know advanced math beyond what you learned high school. The pedagogy enables you to progress at your own pace and adapt the book to your own needs. |
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Contents
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Chapter 2 Equations and Graphs | 27 |
Chapter 3 Functions | 56 |
Chapter 4 Systems of Equations | 89 |
Chapter 5 Linear or Matrix Algebra | 128 |
Chapter 6 Solving Linear Equations with Matrix Algebra | 151 |
Using Graphs | 177 |
The Simplex Algorithm and the Dual | 197 |
The Derivative and the Rules of Differentiation | 219 |
Uses of the Derivative | 246 |
Chapter 11 Exponential and Logarithmic Functions | 276 |
Chapter 12 Integral Calculus | 304 |
Chapter 13 Calculus of Multivariable Functions | 335 |
Index | 377 |
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Schaum's Outline of Mathematical Methods for Business and Economics Edward Dowling No preview available - 2009 |
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algebraically augmented matrix axis BUSINESS AND ECONOMICS column vector concave constraint convex Cramer’s rule critical points critical values decision variables deﬁned deﬁnite denominator differentiation dual enter equal to zero equal zero equilibrium evaluate EXAMPLE exponential function exponents expressed factors ﬁnd ﬁnding ﬁrm ﬁrst ﬁrst derivative following functions formula Given f(x graph implicit function indeﬁnite integral independent variable inﬂection point integration by substitution intercept inverse function inverse matrix lead matrix linear equations mathematical Maximize Minimize minimum Multiply row natural exponential function natural logarithmic negative objective function partial derivatives percent pivot point-slope formula polynomial power function rule press the key primal product rule Q key quadratic quotient rule Redo Problem relative maximum second-order conditions Section simplex algorithm Simplify slope slope-intercept form solve Substituting Subtracting Supplementary Problems system of equations total cost units vertex