Mathematics for Social Scientists, II
Instructor(s):
 Howard Thompson, University of MichiganFlint
An understanding of mathematical ideas at the level of ICPSR's course in Mathematics for Social Scientists, I is a prerequisite for this course. This fourweek series of lectures will focus on various mathematical topics, knowledge of which is essential for understanding most of the intermediatelevel courses, in particular the workshops devoted to regression analysis. Emphasis will be placed on understanding the basic concepts of applied matrix algebra and development of an intuitive knowledge of differential and integral calculus. Several important classes of functions will be defined and their usefulness will be illustrated. Matrix algebra will be discussed at about the level of Namboodiri's Matrix Algebra: An Introduction, while Kleppner and Ramsey's Quick Calculus captures the nature of the calculus discourse.
Fees: Consult the fee structure.
Tags: matix algebra, calculus
Course Sections
Section 1 Location: ICPSR  Ann Arbor, MI Date(s): June 20  July 15 Time: 11:00 AM  12:00 PM Instructor(s):
