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# Summaries Mathematics for Economists (1st edition)

## Malcolm Pemberton, Nicholas Rau - ISBN: 9781784991487

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## Best selling summaries for Mathematics for Economists

• 58-pages handwritten exam notes compiling concepts and formulae for ECON0010 Mathematics for Economics (previously ECON1010) • Seller achieved a high 1st (>90%) for this module • Aggregate similar concepts across chapters into different sections to aid understanding and avoid confusion • Does not contain materials from L2,3,19,20,21,26,27 (refer to content page)

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• 58-pages handwritten exam notes compiling concepts and formulae for ECON0010 Mathematics for Economics (previously ECON1010) • Seller achieved a high 1st (>90%) for this module • Aggregate similar concepts across chapters into different sections to aid understanding and avoid confusion • Does not contain materials from L2,3,19,20,21,26,27 (refer to content page)

Summary of Term 1 of module ECON0010, same as module ECON0006. Comprehensive handwritten notes following the book 'Mathematics for Economists' written by the module teacher, also includes insights from lectures and demonstration classes. Topics covered from 'Mathematics for Economists': 11-17, 23

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Summary of Term 1 of module ECON0010, same as module ECON0006. Comprehensive handwritten notes following the book 'Mathematics for Economists' written by the module teacher, also includes insights from lectures and demonstration classes. Topics covered from 'Mathematics for Economists': 11-17, 23

Summary of Term 2 of module ECON0010. Summary of Term 1 and Term 2 taught in ECON00010 (Year 2020/2021). Comprehensive handwritten notes following the book 'Mathematics for Economists' written by the module teacher, also includes insights from lectures and demonstration classes. Topics covered from 'Mathematics for Economists': 18, 10, 23-28

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Summary of Term 2 of module ECON0010. Summary of Term 1 and Term 2 taught in ECON00010 (Year 2020/2021). Comprehensive handwritten notes following the book 'Mathematics for Economists' written by the module teacher, also includes insights from lectures and demonstration classes. Topics covered from 'Mathematics for Economists': 18, 10, 23-28

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## Newest summaries of Mathematics for Economists

• 58-pages handwritten exam notes compiling concepts and formulae for ECON0010 Mathematics for Economics (previously ECON1010) • Seller achieved a high 1st (>90%) for this module • Aggregate similar concepts across chapters into different sections to aid understanding and avoid confusion • Does not contain materials from L2,3,19,20,21,26,27 (refer to content page)

- Study guide
- • 58 pages •

Summary of Term 1 of module ECON0010, same as module ECON0006. Comprehensive handwritten notes following the book 'Mathematics for Economists' written by the module teacher, also includes insights from lectures and demonstration classes. Topics covered from 'Mathematics for Economists': 11-17, 23

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Summary of Term 2 of module ECON0010. Summary of Term 1 and Term 2 taught in ECON00010 (Year 2020/2021). Comprehensive handwritten notes following the book 'Mathematics for Economists' written by the module teacher, also includes insights from lectures and demonstration classes. Topics covered from 'Mathematics for Economists': 18, 10, 23-28

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