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**COORDINATOR:** Francisco
Marhuenda

**EMAIL:** marhuend@eco.uc3m.es

**BACHELOR DEGREES:** Economics, Economics and
Law, International Studies and Economics.

**OBJETIVES**

We will learn the basic tools of calculus of functions of
several variables.

**PRERREQUISITES**

Student must be familiar with calculus of functions of one
variable.

**TEXTBOOKS**

Larson, Hostetler & Edwards. Calculo Volumen II.
McGraw-Hill.

Sydsaeter & Hammond. Matemáticas para el análisis
económico. Prentice-Hall.

**GRADING**

The final grade is the weighted average of the final exam and
the class grade. The final exam is the same for all the
Mathematics for Economics II groups and consists of practical
exercises and theoretical questions. The class grade is
determined by each professor and is based on quizzes done in
the classes.

The quizzes will be held at the end of the second half of
lesson 2, at the end of lesson 3 and at the end of the course.

The quizzes mentioned before will be notified in advance with
enough time.

Ordinary exam: The final grade is the weighted average of 60%
the grade in the final exam and 40% the class grade.

Extraordinary exam: The final grade is the maximum of the
following grades:

a) A weighted average consisting of 60% the grade in the final
exam and 40% the class grade.

b) The grade in the final exam.

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