Math question

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Quote from: Steve on July 23, 2007, 09:58:32 PM
For Applied Math at Chicago, one would need to have:

Calc I, Calc II, Math Stats I (and/or II), O. D/Eq I (and/or 2), Numerical Analysis, Abstract, and Real, and at least one Advanced Calc, Single or Multivariable. And then pick from several electives... so they are pretty much the same

Add constrained optimization and some seminars on convexity... Stats I, II and III; and this are the first steps we give here in the quest for a regular degree as Economist.