 ## MATH 1401 [0.5 credit] Elementary Mathematics for Economics I

Functional relations: functional forms and error terms. Graphing economic magnitudes: scatter diagrams, time-series graphs, functional relationships. Applied calculus: mechanics of differentiation and integration, elasticity, consumer/producer surplus. Applied algebra: solving systems of linear equations and Keynesian national-income analysis. Problem solving approaches.
Also listed as ECON 1401.
Precludes additional credit for BIT 1000, BIT 1001, BIT 1100, BIT 1101, BIT 1200, BIT 1201; MATH 1007, MATH 1009, MATH 1052, MATH 1104, MATH 1107, MATH 1119, MATH 1152.
Prerequisite(s): Ontario Grade 12 U Advanced Functions, or MATH 0005, or equivalent; and ECON 1000 or FYSM 1003, which may be taken concurrently with MATH 1401/ECON 1401.
Lectures three hours a week, tutorial one hour a week.

## Mathematics and Statistics

MATH 2000 requires C+ in (MATH 1002 (no longer offered) or  MATH 2052 ) , or B+ in ( MATH 2007 or MATH 1005 ), and C+ in (MATH 1102 (no longer offered) or MATH 2152 ), or B+ in ( MATH 1107 or MATH 1104 ). MATH 2100 requires C+ in (MATH 1102 (no longer offered) or MATH 2152 ), or B+ in MATH 2107 . MATH 2454 requires C+ in (MATH 1002 (no longer offered) or  MATH 2052 or MATH 2007 or MATH 1005 ), and C+ in (MATH 1102 (no longer offered)  or  MATH 2152  or  MATH 2107 ). STAT 2655 requires C+ in (MATH 1002 (no longer offered) or MATH 2052  or MATH 2007 or MATH 1005 ), and C+ in (MATH 1102 (no longer offered) or MATH 2152  or  MATH 1107 or MATH 1104 ). MATH 2007 requires MATH 1004 or C- in ( MATH 1007 or MATH 1009 ). MATH 2107 requires MATH 1104 or C- in MATH 1107

## Economics

...completed MATH 1004 [0.5] and MATH 1104 [0.5] can replace ECON 1401 [0...