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Ian Jacques was formerly a senior lecturer at Coventry University. He has considerable experience teaching mathematical methods to students studying economics, business and accounting.
Table of Contents
Preface Guided tour of the textbook Guided tour of the online resources
Introduction: Getting Started Notes for students: how to use this book CHAPTER 1 Linear Equations 1.1 Introduction to algebra 1.2 Further algebra 1.3 Graphs of linear equations 1.4 Algebraic solution of simultaneous linear equations 1.5 Supply and demand analysis 1.6 Transposition of formulae 1.7 National income determination
CHAPTER 2 Non-linear Equations 2.1 Quadratic functions 2.2 Revenue, cost and profit 2.3 Indices and logarithms 2.4 The exponential and natural logarithm functions
CHAPTER 3 Mathematics of Finance 3.1 Percentages 3.2 Compound interest 3.3 Geometric series 3.4 Investment appraisal
CHAPTER 4 Differentiation 4.1 The derivative of a function 4.2 Rules of differentiation 4.3 Marginal functions 4.4 Further rules of differentiation 4.5 Elasticity 4.6 Optimisation of economic functions 4.7 Further optimisation of economic functions 4.8 The derivative of the exponential and natural logarithm functions
CHAPTER 5 Partial Differentiation 5.1 Functions of several variables 5.2 Partial elasticity and marginal functions 5.3 Comparative statics 5.4 Unconstrained optimization 5.5 Constrained optimization 5.6 Lagrange multipliers