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Math for Business

Business Calculus Demystified by Rhonda Huettenmueller (EBSCO eBook) Business Calculus Demystified clarifies the concepts and processes of calculus and demonstrates their applications to the workplace. This unique selfteaching guide reinforces learning, builds your confidence and skill, and continuously demonstrates your mastery of topics with a wealth of practice problems and detailed solutions throughout, multiplechoice quizzes at the end of each chapter, and a "final exam" that tests your total understanding of business calculus.ISBN: 9780071451574
Publication Date: 2006

Mastering the Numbers by Anne Hawkins (EBSCO eBook) This book is designed to give any professional from a nonfinancial background the skills and confidence to: Quickly and accurately read and interpret accounts, including forecasts, balance sheets and profit and loss reports. Understand the difference between revenue, profit, cash flow, overhead and margin to make better financial decisions and produce budgets and forecasts with confidence. Effectively communicate financial performance to your management or employees.ISBN: 9781787198203
Publication Date: 2019

Math for Managers by Michael C. Thomsett (EBSCO eBook) Math for Managers is a practical summary of formulas every manager needs. The book is organized into logical chapters, and each formula introduced includes an example and the Excel program needed to make the process of calculation simple.ISBN: 9781547416707
Publication Date: 2018

Mathematics for Economics and Business by Lorenzo Peccati (EBSCO eBook) This textbook is tailored for those educational programs, such as Economics and Management, that include an introductory (and frequently the only) course in Mathematics. Several preliminary examples from applied sciences (mainly from Economics) introduce the theoretical aspects.ISBN: 9788885486034
Publication Date: 2017

Mathematics in Industry by Angela Slavova (Editor) (EBSCO eBook) In this book, a wide range of problems concerning recent achievements in the field of industrial and applied mathematics are presented. The main topics examined in this volume are: numerical methods and algorithms; control systems and applications; partial differential equations and reallife applications; the high performance of scientific computing; linear algebra applications; neurosciences; algorithms in industrial mathematics; equations of mathematical physics; and industrial applications of mechanics.ISBN: 9781443864015
Publication Date: 2014
Math for Engineering and Science

The Application of Mathematics in the Engineering Disciplines by David Reeping (EBSCO eBook) This text serves as the companion text to Introductory Engineering Mathematics, which introduces common mathematical concepts we see in engineering, including trigonometry, calculus, and functions. This text assumes a level of mathematics of a high school senior, plus some elements from the introductory text. Additional concepts are also introduced: specifically, matrices, differential equations, and some introduction to series.ISBN: 9781606509074
Publication Date: 2018



Maths for Chemists by Martin Cockett; Graham Doggett (Knovel eBook) The two volumes of Maths for Chemists provide an excellent resource for all undergraduate chemistry students. Each book provides a concise account of the basic principles underlying a given subject, embodying an independentlearning philosophy and including worked examples.ISBN: 9781849733595
Publication Date: 2012

A Math Primer for Engineers by Colin Walker Cryer (EBSCO eBook) The purpose of this Math Primer is to provide a brief introduction to those parts of mathematics which are, or could be, useful in engineering, especially bioengineering. The aim is to summarize the ideas covered in each subject area without going into exhaustive detail. Formulas and equations have not been avoided, but every effort has been made to keep them simple in the hope of persuading readers that they are not only useful but also accessible.ISBN: 9781614992981
Publication Date: 2014

Math for Liberal Arts

Schaum's Outline of Mathematics for Liberal Arts Majors by Christopher Thomas (EBSCO eBook) Schaum's Outline of Mathematics for Liberal Arts Majors helps students understand basic concepts and offer extra practice on such topics as logic, truth tables, axiom statements, consumer mathematics, probability and counting techniques, the real number system, and more. Each chapter offers clear concise explanations of topics and include hundreds of practice problems with stepbystep solutions.ISBN: 9780071544290
Publication Date: 2008