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Teacher(s): Grausová Mária, RNDr., PhD.
Medveďová Petra, Mgr., PhD.
Stachová Mária, Mgr., PhD.
Špirková Jana, doc. RNDr., PhD.
Aim: The objective is to acquire mathematical skills in the applications of mathematics in economics, with a focus on demand and supply function, function of total costs and total revenues. An important part are the applications of diferential calculus of one real variable function in defining economic concepts, such as price elasticity, marginal costs and marginal revenues and differential calculus of two variables function, focusing on optimization tasks such as maximizing revenue, profit maximization, minimization of average costs and the method of least squares.  

More information about this course you can find in lms system Moodle 2