BEE1020 Basic Mathematical Economics
Dieter Balkenborg, Giovanni Caggiano
Axel Dreher, Iannis Krassas
Department of Economics
Class Exercises Solutions
11-12/11/2003
Week 6
University of Exeter
Solution 1
a) y 0 (x) = 8x7
b) y 0 (x) = 15x14
Solution 2
a)
BEE1020 Basic Mathematical Economics
Dieter Balkenborg, Giovanni Caggiano
Axel Dreher, Iannis Krassas
Department of Economics
Class Exercises
Week 7
18-19/11/2003
University of Exeter
Exercise 1 Which of the following curves is the graph of a function:
u,
BEE1020 Basic Mathematical Economics
Dieter Balkenborg, Giovanni Caggiano
Axel Dreher, Iannis Krassas
Department of Economics
Class Exercises Solutions
18-19/11/2003
Week 7
University of Exeter
Solution 1 v,w.
Solution 2 The correct answer is Answer 3 sin
BEE1020 Basic Mathematical Economics
Dieter Balkenborg, Giovanni Caggiano
Axel Dreher, Iannis Krassas
Department of Economics
Class Exercises Solutions
Week 8
25-26/11/2003
University of Exeter
Solution 1 No, 3 does not divide the constant term 1 of the p
BEE1020 Basic Mathematical Economics
Dieter Balkenborg, Giovanni Caggiano
Axel Dreher, Iannis Krassas
Department of Economics
Class Exercises
Week 10
09-10/12/2003
University of Exeter
Exercise 1 A British farmer estimates that if 600 tomato plants are pl
Dieter Balkenborg, Giovanni Caggiano
BEE1020 Basic Mathematical Economics
Axel Dreher, Iannis Krassas
Department of Economics
Class Exercises
25-26/11/2003
Week 8
University of Exeter
Exercise 1 Can x = 3 be a root of the polynomial x3 + 2x + 1 = 0?
Exerc
BEE1020
UNIVERSITY OF EXETER
SCHOOL OF BUSINESS AND ECONOMICS
January 2004
BASIC MATHEMATICAL ECONOMICS
Duration : TWO HOURS
Answer all four sections A through D. There are more than 40 marks (thus more than
two hours) worth of questions in total. However
BEE1020 Basic Mathematical Economics Dieter Balkenborg
January 2004 exam Solutions
Department of Economics
02.02.2004
University of Exeter
Section A
(Basic algebra and calculus multiple choice)
Question A1 : The function f (x) =
(
(x2)x2 (x+2)
(x+2)(x2)
4