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introduction to mathematics for students of economics.

J. Parry Lewis

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**1964**
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speak mathematics as a second language, that is, to make you comfortable talking about economics using the shorthand of mathematics. In undergrad-uate courses economic arguments are often made using graphs. In graduate courses we tend to use equations. But equations often have graphical coun-terparts and vice Size: 1MB. The book contains many worked examples and exercises and would make a useful textbook for a first course in Financial Mathematics." (Julann O’Shea, Zentralblatt MATH, Vol. , ) "Designed to form the basis of an undergraduate course in mathematical finance, the text builds on mathematical models of bond and stock prices .

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