KMMS (Third Edition) Chapter 7, Must and Might. Draft 3/28/2006
Chapter 7. The Logic of Necessity and Possibility: Must and Might.
I know what youre thinking about, said Tweedledum; but it isnt so, nohow. Contrariwise, continued Tweedledee, if it was so,
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PRINCIPLES OF FINANCE
SYLLABUS OVERVIEW
Prof. Giardini
Stony Brook, College of Business BUS330
Course Description
2
Principles of Finance
Intent to provide a broad understanding of financial
management
Typical core course required for any business degree