depends in what uni u study it
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wassup with everyone wanting to study economics, u just count numbers all day
I have an economics minor in Uni. I guess that It depends on your course of study, but if you are doing full time economics then you will have at least some math intensive classes.
If you are not really good/don't really like traditional maths, you could still pass easily the statistics class who are more about methods than hard calculations. Probabilities as well are kind of easy.
But if you hate it, the algebra and calculus might be a problem. You will do a lot of it for computations, and also curve derivatives (utility, profit maximization, growth models).
linear algebra and statistics
i had some basics of micro and macro economics and I actually liked it, even though im an anti talent when it comes to math, but in econ everything made sense to me do this, get that etc. also my lecturer was good, strict, but fair
studied for one semester and dropped it.
what kind of math? you will probably have math classes of algebra, statistics, linear algebra, probability, business math, etc.
what else should you know about? don't expect to learn how the stock markets work at uni, at least here in brazil they don't teach that, good luck!
what kind of economics? business economics? thats what im currently doing as bachelor
useless man, do u want to work in bank or what?
u`ll not be businessman if u study economy, u have to have great idea and u can start business without knowledge of Economy studies
Econ major here.
Look up econometrics, all the math and hardest math you need to know is there.
i studied it and its easy.
you dont need more maths than you learn in school.
integrals functions matrix liner algebra was like 90%
I am currently doing the other way arounds; means I study for my MSc degree in Mathematics and we have some applications in Economics. It's really interesting tbh.
Differential calculus, matrices, linear algebra, statistics, mathematical optimization, game theory. It'll be fun!