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Title of the Paper: Quantitative Techniques Code Number: 106 Unit-I Quantitative Methods: An Overview ------>>> Unit-II Functions ------>>> Definition of function Examples of functions Types of functions o Single Valued and Multi valued function o Even and Odd functions o Explicit and Implicit functions o Inverse function o Convex and Concave functions o Composite function o Periodic function o Step function o Absolute function o Transcendential function o Rational and Irrational functions o Linear, Quadratic and Polynomial functions o Monotonic functions o Bounded and Unbounded functions o Power function o Exponential function o Logarithmic function Zeros of a function Applications of functions in business o Demand function o Cost function o Supply function o Total revenue function o Production function o Utility function Simple Problems Break-Even Analysis Definition of Quantitative Methods Evaluation of Quantitative Methods Classification of Quantitative Methods Advantages of Quantitative Methods Limitations of Quantitative Methods

Differentiation from first principle Geometric interpretation of a derivative Basic laws of derivative Derivatives of some important functions Chain rule Methods of differentiation o Implicit differentiation o Logarithmic differentiation o Parametric differentiation o Derivative of a function wrt another function L’Hospital’s Rule Applications of differentiation in business ( through problems ) Maxima and minima ------>>> Local maxima and Global maximum Local minima and Global mininma Problems Applications of maxima and minima in business ( through problems ) Integration ------>>> Definition of integral of function Definition of indefinite integral Integrals of some standard functions Integration by substitution Integration by partial fractions Integration by parts Definite integral Applications of integration in business ( through problems ) .Limits and Continuity ------>>> Definition of limit Left-handed and Right-handed limits Some theorems on limits Some standard limits Infinite limits and limit at infinite Problems on limits Continuous and Discontinuous functions Problems on continuity and discontinuity Applications of limits in business ( through problems ) Differentiation ------>>> Definition of derivative of a function or differential coefficient.

Unit-III Progressions ------>>> Arithmetic Progression o Some standard results o Problems on Arithmetic Progression Geometric Progression o Some standard results o Problems on Geometric Progression Applications of progressions in business ( through problems ) Annuities ------>>> Definition of annuity with an example Present value of annuity with an example Unit-VI Vectors ------>>> Definitions of vector and scalar Types of vectors o Unit vector o Null vector o Co-initial vectors o Collinear vectors o Coplanar vectors Magnitude of vector Addition and subtraction of vector Geometrical and physical interpretation of vectors Linearly independent vectors and dependent vectors Problems Matrices ------>>> Definition of a matrix Types of matrices o Rectangular matrix o Square matrix o Horizontal matrix o Row matrix o Vertical matrix .

o Column matrix o Null matrix o Unit matrix o Equal matrix o Diagonal matrix o Upper triangular matrix o Lower triangular matrix o Scalar matrix o Idempotent matrix o Involuntary matrix o Nilpotent matrix Addition of matrices Subtraction of matrices Multiplication of matrices Scalar multiple of a matrix Transpose of a matrix Symmetric matrix and Skew-symmetric matrix Determinant of a square matrix Singular matrix and non singular matrix Minor of an element Cofactor of an element Adjoint of a matrix Inverse (Reciprocal) of a matrix Cramer’s Rule Matrix inverse method Rank of matrix Applications of matrices in business ( through problems ) Unit-VI Interpolation and extrapolation ------>>> Introduction to interpolation and extrapolation Assumptions of interpolation and extrapolation Applications of interpolation and extrapolation Methods of interpolation The use of interpolation .

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