Yeah, and I stand by that."And maths in Commerce and Economics is pretty much a joke. If you can plug in numbers to equations, you're half way there. Though admittedly you do get to do some interesting maths in Economics, you use Lagrange Multipliers which is second year calculus (but you rote learn it and just use it "because it works")"
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Is it because of the difficulty?If you do econometrics (ECON2206), I heard you do step up on jacobean matrices, but you end up rote-learning them regardless.
Part of that.Is it because of the difficulty?
What about for someone doing General?
:S I'd suggest taking MATH1011 (Fundamentals of Maths B) to fulfill your needs of the economics degree. As well as that, take ECON1203 and ECON1202.What about someone not doign maths?
What about for someone doing General?
Economics has mathematics in it. It's just part of the nature of what it is.What about someone not doign maths?