Introduction to Financial Mathematics Semester 1, 2017
Assignment 1 Functions
To be handed in by 2pm, Tuesday 14th of March
Examples:
A. Find (f + g)(x), (f g)(x), f (g(x) and g(f (x) where f (x) = x
Introduction to Financial Mathematics Semester 1, 2017
Assignment 4 Functions
To be computer entered between:
9am Friday 31st March and 5pm Monday 3rd April
Examples:
A. Find x if log3 x = log3 10 log
Introduction to Financial Mathematics Semester 1, 2017
Assignment 4 Algebra
To be computer entered between:
9am Friday 31st March and 5pm Monday 3rd April
Example:
A. For the following set of linear e
Introduction to Financial Mathematics Semester 1, 2017
Assignment 5 Functions
To be handed in by 2pm, Monday 24th of April
Examples:
A. An initial deposit is made into an account earning interest at t
Introduction to Financial Mathematics
Functions and Annuities
Lecture 11
Continuity, Intermediate Value Theorem & Bisection Method
References: Harshbarger & Reynolds: Ch. 9.2
Example 11.1 For what val
Introduction to Financial Mathematics
Functions and Annuities
Lecture 12
Simple Interest and Arithmetic Sequences
References: Harshbarger & Reynolds: Ch. 6.1
Example 12.1 Suppose $4000 is borrowed for
Introduction to Financial Mathematics Semester 1, 2017
Assignment 5 Algebra
To be handed in by 2pm, Monday 24th of April
Examples:
An open Leontief economic model has technology matrix A and productio
Chapter Two
Budget Constraints on Choice
Economic Theory of Consumer
Choice
Consumers choose the best bundle they
can afford
Budget Constraint determines what a
person can afford.
Budget Constraints
S
Intermediate Microeconomics
II/IID
Lecturer:
Dr Raul Barreto
Office hour: 12-1 pm
Wednesday
Office: Nexus 10, Room
4.26
Course Outline
At the basis of any resource allocation
problem, we see two sides
Introduction to Financial Mathematics
Functions and Annuities
Lecture 4
Polynomials, Power Functions and Rational Functions
References: Harshbarger & Reynolds: Ch. 2.4.
Example 4.1 Graph the functions
Example: Printers and PCs
Intermediate Econometrics II/IID
Nadezhda V. Baryshnikova
A retail computer store sells computers as well as printers. The number
of computers and printers sold varies from d
Shapes of Budget Constraints
Q: What makes a budget constraint a
straight line?
A: A straight line has a constant
slope and the constraint is
p1x1 + + pnxn = m
so if prices are constants then a
const
Intermediate Econometrics II/IID
Dr Nadezhda (Nadya) Baryshnikova
Course Staf
Lecturer in charge:
Dr. Nadya Baryshnikova
Ofce hours: TBA in room 404 Nexus 10
Tutors:
See Contacts on myUni for nam
Chapter Three
Preferences
Rationality in Economics
Consumers Problem: Choose the best
bundle that is available and affordable.
Budget constraint: study what is available
and affordable.
In this chapte
BQT 133-Business Mathematics
Teaching Module
CHAPTER 2 : FINANCIAL MATHEMATICS
2.1
Introduction
In this chapter we will study the financial mathematics problem involving the
interest problem, annuity
3.7 Problem formulation
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4
More economic models
Contents
4.1
Leontief open economic model . . . . . . 110
4.2
Leontief closed economic model . . . . . 112
4.3
Parts li
INTRODUCTION TO FINANCIAL MATHEMATICS
Functions and Annuities
Lecture 16
Sinking Fund and Annuity Due
References: Harshbarger & Reynolds: Ch. 6.3
Example 16.1 A company has a debt of $100,000 which is
INTRODUCTION TO FINANCIAL MATHEMATICS
Functions and Annuities
Lecture 14
Compound Interest and Geometric Sequences
References: Harshbarger & Reynolds: Ch. 6.2
Example 14.1 A house bought 14 years ago
INTRODUCTION TO FINANCIAL MATHEMATICS
Functions and Annuities
Lecture 11
Continuity, Intermediate Value Theorem & Bisection Method
References: Harshbarger & Reynolds: Ch. 9.2
Example 11.1 For what val
INTRODUCTION TO FINANCIAL MATHEMATICS
Functions and Annuities
Lecture 22
Revision Questions
Example 22.1 An insurance settlement of $1.5 million must replace the income of Terry
White for the next 40
INTRODUCTION TO FINANCIAL MATHEMATICS
Functions and Annuities
Lecture 17
Present Value of an Ordinary Annuity and an Annuity Due
References: Harshbarger & Reynolds: Ch. 6.4
Example 17.1 How much money
INTRODUCTION TO FINANCIAL MATHEMATICS
Functions and Annuities
Lecture 7
Inverse Functions and Logarithmic Functions
References: Harshbarger & Reynolds: Ch. 5.2
Example 7.1 Consider the function y = f