The course provides the mathematical tools needed to attend successfully the study of economic and financial disciplines.

The students will learn these fundamental topics of Mathematics through theoretical lectures as well as through practice lectures.

The exam consists of a written paper, with theoretical questions as well as exercises.

## Schedule

#### 16 Jan 2019

#### 22-23 Jan 2019

Interior points, accumulation points, open sets, close sets, (un)bounded intervals, domain, image: see theoretical lectures

#### 30 Jan 2019

Understanding and computing limits (skip trigonometric functions: sin, cos, tan)

#### 06 Feb 2019

Derivative Worksheet (skip trigonometric functions)

#### 13 Feb 2019

Computing Taylor series (skip trigonometri functions)

Duration and Convexity of Bonds and why it matters

Differentiability and Piecewise functions

Complete study of functions (exercises with detailed solutions)

#### 20 Feb 2019

Mock test on continuity, differentiability and study of functions (get practice with the exercises above)

#### 04-05 Mar 2019

Integrals of rational functions

Integrals: exercises with solutions

#### 12 Mar 2019

Introduction to matrices and exercises