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The textbook "Principles of Mathematical Economics" was written for both undergraduate students in economics, and related fields, such as business, and MA or MS level graduate students
Given the length of the text, almost 530 pages, including solutions to exercises was not feasible. Hence, a separate solutions manual was prepared, providing step-by-step solutions to a large number of exercises, an important feature of the text, that appear at the end of many sections of the book
This facilitates the work of students and instructors who adopt the text
A large number of new unsolved exercises are also added to each chapter
This manual provides solutions to approximately 500 problems appeared in various chapters of the text Principles of Mathematical Economics. In some cases, a detailed solution with the additional discussion is provided. At the end of each chapter, new sets of exercises are given.
Household Expenditure.- Variables, a Short Taxonomy.- Sets and Functions.- Market Equilibrium Model.- Rates of Change and the Derivative.- Optimal Level of Output and Long Run Price.- Nonlinear Models.- Additional Topics in Perfect and Imperfect Competition.- Logarithmic and Exponential Functions.- Production Function, Least-Cost Combination of Resources, and Proﬁt Maximizing Level of Output.- Economics Dynamics.- Mathematics of Interest Rates and Finance.- Matrices and Their Applications.