Quantitative Methods for Business - I

ISBN Number : 978-93-5202-861-0

Student Price : Rs.205

Student Dollar Price : 8$

Book Edition : First

Year of Publication : 2015

No. Of Pages : 244

About The Book

Indeed, much benefit could be derived from centralizing the teaching of basic Mathametics in one course in one department, which, in most colleges, would be either the management or commerce department. If only one such course is offered much needless duplication can be avoided and a single standard of achievement can be maintained. It is for such a course that this book is designed.

This book entitled as a "Quantitative Methods for Business-I" is written for degree students of various Indian Universities. The related matters are written in a simple and easily understandable. While writing this book, an attempt has been made to present the concepts briefly with examples. The present work of us has sincerely tried to highlight the practical areas of Mathametics. The language used is very lucid and more informative to both a beginner as well as a professional.

This book aims to provide required course content of the "Quantitative Methods for Business-I" which is divided in Five chapter. Each and every chapter is explained with formula and illustrations. There are many worked out problems which are adapted from previous year question papers of differents Universities. Review questions and practical problems at the end of each chapter and carefully selected the view of examination and practice of assignments.

We wish, this book will be of immerse value to the student who have interest in Mathametics. It has also handly for facilitators of the course, corporates and other interested in this area. Though the present work is the result of regress effort in the area of Mathametics still expect and accept valuable suggestions from students and fellow professional in the same field, may this work of us be useful and flourish to greater heights, the author sincerely acknowledge the earlier works in the area of Mathametics.


Contents -

Unit - 1 Number System
Unit - 2 Theory of Equations
Unit - 3 Progression
Unit - 4 Matrices and Determinant
Unit - 5 Commercial Arithmetic

About The Author

R. G. Saha -

MBA, M.Phil, (Ph.D),

Asst. Prof. Department of Management,

KKECS Institute of Management,

Bangaluru – 34.

Dr. E.A. Parameswara Gupta -
M.Com, LLB, M.Phil, Ph.D
Prof. Department of Commerce
Acharaya Institute of Management Studies, Bengaluru.

Dr. D.T Nanje Gowda, Formerly Chairman of the Post Graduate Department of Economics, Banglore University is presently Professor and Director, Center for rural Development Studies in the same University and also Dean  of the faculty of Arts of the University. He has specialized in fiscal Economics and Devlopment economics.

He has published a number of research papers and is the author a monograph on the "Public Expenditure Under Planning ". He has also jointly edited a book on Economic Development of Karnataka. He was the local secretary and the chief organiser of the 1998 Amrit Jubliee Economic Conference At Bangalore.

G.A. Sudershan -
M.Com, M.Phil
Associate Prof., Department of Commerce,
Acharaya First Grade College for Women, Gauribidanur.

Ramana Reddy  -
MBA, M.Phil
Associate Prof. & Head, Department of Commerce & Management
Govt. First Grade college Annekal, Bengaluru.

Shankaralinga -
MBA, M.Phil
Asst. Prof. Department of Commerce & Management
Dayananda Sagar Institute of Arts, Commerce & Science, Bengaluru.

Bena M.  -


Asst Prof., Department of Commerce & Management

The Oxford College of Business Management, Bengaluru.

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