Introductory Mathematical Analysis: For Business, Economics, and the Life and Social Sciences
For students of business, economics, life and social sciences and those on introductory courses in mathematical analysis or applied mathematics, this seventh edition has been rewritten and reorganized for greater clarity. It continues to provide a firm foundation in relevant mathematical principles, techniques and applications covering both noncalculus topics and single-variable and multivariable calculus, including continous random variables. There is expanded coverage of probability. Features include pitfall warnings, mathematical snapshots, and review sections in each chapter.
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