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Essential Mathematics for Economics and Business (2013)

Essential Mathematics for Economics and Business

English | May 6, 2013 | ISBN: 1118358295 | 688 Pages | PDF | 29 MB

Essential Mathematics for Economics and Business isestablished as one of the leading introductory textbooks onmathematics for students of business and economics. Combining auser-friendly approach to mathematics with practicalapplications to the subjects, the text provides students with aclear and comprehensible guide to mathematics. The fundamentalmathematical concepts are explained in a simple and accessiblestyle, using a wide selection of worked examples, progressexercises and real-world applications.
New to this EditionFully updated text with revised worked examples and updatedmaterial on Excel and PowerpointNew exercises in mathematics and its applications to givefurther clarity and practice opportunitiesFully updated online material including animations and a newtest bankThe fourth edition is supported by a companion website atwww.wiley.com/college/bradley, which contains: Animations ofselected worked examples providing students with a new way ofunderstanding the problems Access to the Maple T.A. test bank,which features over 500 algorithmic questions Further learningmaterial, applications, exercises and solutions.Problems in context studies, which present the mathematics in abusiness or economics framework.Updated PowerPoint slides, Excel problems and solutions.

“The text is aimed at providing an introductory-level expositionof mathematical methods for economics and business students. Interms of level, pace, complexity of examples and user-friendlystyle the text is excellent – it genuinely recognises and meets theneeds of students with minimal maths background.”
-Colin Glass, Emeritus Professor, University ofUlster
“One of the major strengths of this book is the range ofexercises in both drill and applications. Also the ‘workedexamples’ are excellent; they provide examples of the use ofmathematics to realistic problems and are easy to follow.”
-Donal Hurley, formerly of University College Cork
“The most comprehensive reader in this topic yet, this book isan essential aid to the avid economist who loathesmathematics!”