Journals Higher Education



Published: 13 January 2012

712 Pages | 300 colour line drawings

10.4 x 7.7 inches

ISBN: 9780199602124

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Maths for Economics

Third Edition

Geoff Renshaw

  • The flexible design of the contents means that this book is suitable if your starting point is maths A level, GCSE, or even if you have forgotten most of the maths you learned in school.
  • A gradual learning gradient underpins the text; each concept is explored comprehensively, including numerous examples and exercises at each stage to ensure that you get a really good understanding of it.
  • Builds self-confidence in maths through the use of step-by-step examples, progress exercises, hints and rules, encouraging you to develop a 'maths tool-kit' for analysing economics and business problems.
  • Any unnecessarily long explanations have been rewritten to make the exposition clearer in the appropriate places.
  • Material on matrix algebra, limits, and necessary and sufficient functions has been revised in line with market feedback
  • Answers to the progress exercises now appear at the end of the book, rather than online, for ease of use.