ECON 7025X Mathematical Methods in Economics I
30 hours plus conference; 3 credits
Intended for economics students with little or no preparation in calculus. Mathematical topics frequently used in economics selected from matrix algebra, differential calculus, and partial differentiation. Development of mathematical concepts in the context of economic models. Relation of mathematical methods to their application in economics. Fall term.
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