## Fundamental Methods of Mathematical EconomicsStatic (or equilibrium) analysis; Comparative-static analysis; Optimization problems; Dynamic analysis; Mathematical programming and game theory. |

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### Contents

Two Economic Models | 8 |

STATlC OR EQUlLlBRlUM ANALYSlS | 39 |

Four Linear Models and Matrix Algebra | 59 |

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analysis apply axis characteristic roots choice variables coefficient column comparative-static complementary function concave constant constraint convergence convex set Cramer's rule curve defined definite demand denoted determinant diagram difference equation difference quotient differential equation discussion domain dual economic elements equal equilibrium Example EXERClSE exponential function expression extreme point extremum feasible region first-order condition given graph identical illustrated inequality input inverse isoquant limit linear program linearly independent logarithms marginal mathematical maximization maximum minimum multiplication negative nonlinear nonnegative notation Note objective function obtain optimal solution parameters partial derivatives particular integral path payoff matrix phase line player polynomial positive problem quadratic form quotient reader real numbers represents result rule satisfy scalar second derivative second-order condition slope Solve specific strategy substitution symbol term theorem total derivative total differential vector write zero