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Basic Math for Social Scientists
Problems and Solutions



March 1996 | 112 pages | SAGE Publications, Inc
Aimed at providing readers who want a quick "refresher course" in mathematics with an informal review, Timothy M. Hagle's volume offers dozens of worked-out examples of such mathematical concepts as algebra sets, limits, continuity, differential calculus, multivariate functions, partial derivatives, integral calculus, and matrix algebra. In addition, Hagle provides problem sets so that readers can practice their grasp of standard mathematical procedures (answers to these problem sets are contained in the appendixes). Written in a friendly style, Basic Math for Social Scientists: Problems and Solutions provides readers with an informal approach to mathematical procedures without proofs.

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Introduction
 
Limits and Continuity
 
Differential Calculus
 
Multivariate Functions and Partial Derivatives
 
Integral Calculus
 
Matrix Algebra

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