Basics of Undergraduate Mathematics and Statistics

ISBN Number : 978-93-5097-891-7

Student Price : Rs.498

Student Dollar Price : 20$

Book Edition : First

Year of Publication : 2017

No. Of Pages : 472

Book Weight :582

About The Book

In this book, special attention is imposed on developing the reasoning capability for dealing mathematical tools. In spite of various positive aspects of learning computer, mere acquiring the technique of computation fails to develop an analytical mind which mathematics can serve. While giving logical explanation to each concept, ample examples have been incorporated. Moreover, at the end of each chapter good numbers of sums have been worked out for the students who are weak in mathematics. Although this book is primarily meant for undergraduate students, a special thrust is emphasized for the students in commerce stream.


Contents -

1. Basic Concepts
2. Theory of Sets
3. Functions
4. Limit
5. Derivative of a Function
6. Maxima and minima of Function
7. Functions of Several Variables
8. Maxima and Minnima : Case of Several Variables
9. Integration
1. Introduction
2. Collection of Data
3. Classification and Tabulation
4. Diagrammatic Representation
5. Measures of Central Tendency
6. Dispersion
7. Moments, Skewness, Kurtosis
8. Correlation and Regression
9. Index Number
10. Time Series
11. Probability Theory
12. Sampling Theory

About The Author

Anindya Bhukta, Associate Professor in Economics at Netaji Mahavidyalaya, Arambagh, Hooghly, W.B, is a prolific writer. He regularly contributes articles on different subjects like Economics, Environment, History in different Bengali and English journals. He has so far authored nearly forty books.

Dr. D.P. Biswas is teaching Mathematics throughout his carrier in some reputed institutions in the campus of Ramakrishna Mission and finally in undergraduate level under Burdwan University. He has already authored different books in Mathematical Methods and in Probability and Statistics for General and Honours courses.

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