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4 sem. hrs. Prereq.: ECON 100 and 101, and MATH 106 or its equivalent; or recommendation of the department. Introduces the basic mathematical concepts and techniques most often used in economic analysis. Uses algebra and differential calculus to develop and analyze economic models of consumer and producer behavior and of national income determination. Introduces mathematics of investment including interest, annuities, stocks, and bonds.