Mathematics for Economics and Business, 9th edition by Ian Jacques, is the essential resource on the subject when studying Mathematics as part of your Economics, Management or Business course. Ideal for First-Year students in Economics and those interested in comprehensive self-study material around the field, this book will guide you step-by-step through the key mathematical concepts and techniques you need to succeed, regardless of your level or prior mathematical knowledge. With its reader-friendly content and accessible, informal style, the book is designed to allow you to progress at your own pace, offering a wealth of examples, practice exercises and self-test questions to check your understanding along the way. Worked examples throughout each chapter illustrate how mathematical concepts and techniques relate to the business world and encourage you to solve real problems yourself. Over 200 new questions have been added to this new edition, including both multiple-choice questions and longer examination-style questions at the end of each chapter, with answers provided, making it a fantastic resource for revision and exam preparation purposes.
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