Summer 2012: Mathematics II
Lectures: Wed 7.30 - 9.00 a.m. in G03-106 and Fri 9.00 - 11.00 a.m. in G02-111
Ms. Alina Bondarava: Tue 11.00 a.m. - 1.00 p.m. in G22A-110 and
Ms. Julia Lange: Tue 3.00 p.m. - 5.00 p.m. in G22A-122
Every student should attend one of the tutorials per week (preferably each week the tutorial starting at the same time, either at 11.15 a.m. or that starting at 3.15 p.m.). It is recommended that the subgroups in both
Tuesday tutorials have approximately the same size.
A textbook that includes all the topics from the lecture is available now (see Reference 1 below).
The use of this textbook is strongly recommended.
Further information about the book can be found
There are two-hour written examinations in Mathematics I (February) and Mathematics II (July/August).
As working tools are allowed: a pocket calculator
a printed collection of formulas (booklet used in mathematics in school, e.g. ' Tafelwerk' in Germany)
EITHER TWO individually prepared ONE-SIDED sheets of paper (with arbitrary material)
OR textbook `Mathematics of Economics and Business' by Werner and Sotskov
Every student should indicate the chosen variant on the cover sheet of the examination paper (`2' stands for `two pages' and
`B' stands for `book'). Note that the use of a collection of (handwritten or printed) copies of pages (of whatsoever) is NOT allowed.
A selection of old examinations including answers to the problems can be found under
`Lehrmaterial' of the Faculty of Mathematics
within the part `Klausuren'.
Exercises for the tutorials:
Below you find the exercises which should be prepared by every student BEFORE the corresponding tutorial. They are identical with the problems
given at the end of each chapter in the
textbook by Werner and Sotskov. The answers to these problems can be found on pages 486 - 510 of this textbook
(see Selected Solutions).
Chapter 6: pdf-File
Chapter 7: pdf-File
Chapter 8: pdf-File
Chapter 9: pdf-File
Chapter 10: pdf-File
Chapter 11: pdf-File
Chapter 12: pdf-File
1) Werner, F.; Sotskov, Y.N.: Mathematics of Economics and Business, Routledge, Abingdon, New York, 2006.
2) Sydsaeter, K.; Hammond, P.J.: Mathematics for Economic Analysis, Prentice Hall, 1995
(there exists a German version too).
3) Chiang, A.C.: Fundamental Methods of Mathematical Economics, Mc. Graw Hill, 1984.
4) Simon, C.P.; Blume, L.: Mathematics for Economists, W.W. Norton & Company, New York, London, 1994.
5) Opitz, O.: Mathematik, Lehrbuch für Ökonomen, Oldenbourg, 1990 (in German).
I wish all students success in studying mathematics!
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