The pebbles used in ancient abacuses gave their name to the calculus, which today is a fundamental tool in business, economics, engineering and the sciences. Cambridge Core – Real and Complex Analysis – Calculus: Concepts and Methods – by Ken Binmore. PDF | On Jan 1, , Chris Good and others published Calculus: Concepts and Methods by Ken Binmore; Joan Davies.
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At the London School of Economics, the course on which this book is based is attended by students reading for a variety of different degrees and with a wide disparity in their previous levels of mathematical training. Binjore are reinforced in the two-dimensional case, which is studied in detail before generalisation to higher dimensions.
Shariful added it Apr 23, This adds to the accessibility of the calculue, which will appeal to a wide audience among students of mathematics, economics and science. In this book the theory is presented systematically but informally.
Extensive collaboration with 25 co-authors. Cambridge University PressOct 6, – Mathematics – pages. This pattern is repeated throughout the book, with two variables being used as a springboard for the more general case.
Books by Ken Binmore. It then introduces partial derivatives via functions of two variables and then extends the discussion to more than two variables. Research in evolutionary game theory, bargaining theory, experimental economics, political philosophy, mathematics and statistics. No trivia or quizzes yet. Particular care has been taken to make the main body of the text suitable for students who are studying independently of a taught course.
Neferium marked it as to-read Nov 28, Ken BinmoreJoan Davies. Fellow of the Econometric Society and British Academy.
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Jocelyn Baffour marked it as to-read Oct 01, It overcomes the difficulty of visualizing xalculus and surfaces from equations with the use of many computer graphics in full color, and it contains more than exercises. This introductory book takes readers gently from single to multivariate calculus and simple differential and difference equations.
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Calculus: Concepts and Methods
Adrian rated it it was amazing Dec 23, Mathematica has been used to generate many beautiful and accurate, full-colour illustrations to calulus students visualise complex mathematical objects. Bin,ore for telling us about the problem.
Unusually the book offers a bunmore range of applications in business and economics, as well as more conventional scientific examples. Philipp Muellauer rated it really liked it May 19, Although there are no theorems or formal proofs, this is a serious book in which conceptual issues are explained carefully using numerous geometric devices and a wealth of worked examples, diagrams and exercises. Return to Book Page. Other editions – View all Calculus: Cek virabey marked it as to-read Mar 24, Satwa marked it as to-read Apr 17, Calculus London School of Economics Mathematics.
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Calculus: Concepts and Methods by Ken Binmore
A confident approach to problem-solving is not possible without some understanding of the background theory. With applications to economics and an emphasis on practical problem-solving in the sciences rather than the proof of formal theorems, this text should provide excellent motivation to students. Mateusz rated it really liked it Dec 02, Account Options Sign in. It is hoped that this book will attract a similar audience: This second edition of a text for a course on calculus of functions of several variables begins with basics of matrices and vectors and a chapter recalling the important points of the theory in one dimension.