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Kevin J. Hastings - ISBN: 9781498723909

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Summary Introduction to Financial Mathematics

This book is for a two-semester Introduction to Financial Mathematics course for undergraduates. It focuses on preparing students for the actuarial exam, motivates through a discussion of personal finances and portfolio management and goes on to cover higher level mathematics, such as stochastic calculus and Brownian Motion. The author blends the better topic coverage, examples and exercises from the various available books and also attempts to standardize the course syllabi with a very well-thought and attractive table of contents.