The new edition of A Textbook of Business Mathematics inches on its earlier editions and continues to provide a comprehensive coverage of important topics and concepts in business mathematics. The text integrates the standard curriculum and the manifold requirements of undergraduate business maths students.
The book is carefully written and structured to simplify business maths and equips students with the knowledge and practice they need to fully learn each concept. Abundant solved examples and exercises incorporated in the text help in effective learning process and examination preparation for students.
This book Useful for Management Students.
1. Incorporation of important techniques of Operations Research such as transportation and assignment problem.
2. More than 750 solved examples and exercises with solutions for extensive practice.
3. Objective-type questions to test learning - a distinctive new feature of this edition.
1. Revision of Basic Algebra and Commercial Arithmetic
2. Indices and Logarithms
3. Simultaneous Linear Equations and Quadratic Equations
4. Arithmetic Progression (A.P.), Geometric Progression (G.P.) and Harmonic Progression (H.P.)
5. Permutation and Combination
6. Binomial Theorem
7. Set Theory
9. Vectors and Matrices
Unit-II: Mathematics of Finance
10. Simple Interest and Compound Interest
Unit-III: Coordinate Geometry of Two Dimensions
12. Rectangular Cartesian Coordinates in a Plane
13. Equations of Straight Lines
14. Equations of Non-Linear Curves: Circle and Parabola
15. Functions, Limits and Continuity of Functions
16. Derivative or Differential Coefficient
17. Application of Derivative in Economics and Commerce
18. Maxima and Minima
19. Partial Derivatives and Homogeneous Functions
20. Integration as Antiderivative
21. Definite Integral and Application of Integration in Business and Economics
Unit-V: Certain Techniques of Operations Research
22. Introduction to Operations Research (OR)
23. Linear Programming
24. Basic Concepts of Transportation Problem and Assignment Problem
25. Theory of Games