Business Mathematics

January 1, 2017
3 credits

Students’ reasoning / logical / mathematical power are trained in an effort to prepare students to be able to follow the course of Statistics and Research Methodology which is an important material in the scientific field of Business Administration. The subject matter of this course is the basic concept of Business Mathematics; dub, roots, and logarithms, as well as its application in the social sciences; linear and non lilier functions; analysis of input and output; calculus (differential integrasial); matrices and determinants (including applications); permutations, combinations, and probability theory.

After following this course, students can: identify and explain the basic concepts in Business Mathematics, explain the economic models (which consists of: the nature of mathematical economics, sets and relations, functions, and differential), as well as find application of Mathematical Economics and Business as decision support.

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