## Schaum's Outline of Theory and Problems of Introduction to Mathematical EconomicsThis is an accompaniment for economics students who have a limited knowledge of maths, presenting a solved-problem introduction to basic concepts in calculus, differential equations, matrix algebra and linear programming. This new edition contains new chapters on logarithmic differentiation, area under a curve, and a review section for those students whose understanding of maths is very weak. |

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### Contents

Chapter REVIEW | 1 |

ECONOMIC APPLICATIONS OF GRAPHS AND EQUATIONS | 20 |

THE DERIVATIVE AND THE RULES OF DIFFERENTIATION | 39 |

Copyright | |

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_ Fig algebraically augmented matrix axis chain rule characteristic roots check the answer column vector concave constant constraint convex Cramer's rule critical point critical values curve demand function determinant differential equation dN/dy du/dx dual dx dx dy/dt elements equal to zero equal zero equilibrium level Euler's equation evaluate exponent exponential function expressed factor following functions given graph Hessian identity matrix increase independent variables inflection point inverse lead matrix level of income logarithmic functions marginal matrix form Minimize minimum Multiply row natural log negative definite objective function optimal output partial derivatives percent positive power function rule primal product matrix product rule production function quotient rule rearranging Redo Problem relative maximum second-order conditions Section shadow prices slope solution Substituting Subtract surplus variables Taking the derivative tangent Testing the second-order