ECON 4422 Fundamental Methods of Mathematical Economics II
(Prior to Fall 2010, this course was known as ECON 31.2.
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3 hours; 3 credits
Application of matrix algebra, integral calculus, differential and difference equations, linear algebra, and the calculus of variations to the study of economic analysis. Economic models dealing with dynamic aspects of optimization, maximization, and minimization including problems from mathematical programming, queueing theory, growth, input-output, cyclical models. Intended for prospective graduate students in economics or business.
Prerequisite: Economics 3410 [31.1] or its equivalent.
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