Finite Mathematics with Applications for Business and Social Sciences, Student Solution Manual
Designed for a one or two semester, freshman or sophomore course in Finite Mathematics for students in business, economics, education, social sciences or life sciences. Contains all of the topics usually covered in such a course including matrices, linear programming, probability and statistics. The treatment is at an accessible theoretical level with a strong emphasis on applications.
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