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Yangon University of Economics

Department of Mathematics

 

Faculty Members

Maths (Dr. Myint Wai)

Professor Dr. Myint Wai

Head of Department

No Rank No of Staff
1 Professor / Head 1
2 Associate Professor 1
3 Lecturer 10
4 Assistant Lecturer 2
5 Tutor 4
 Total:  18

 

Curriculum

First Year

Mathematical Logic; The Modulus of the real number; Complex Numbers – Relation between Rectangular form and Polar form, Multiplication, Division, De Moivre’s Theorem; The Theory of Quadratic Equation; Mathematical Induction; Permutation and Combination; Binomial Theorem for Rational Index and Multinomial Theorem; Partial Fraction; Trigonometry; Calculus – The First Derivative Test, Extreme Values, The Second Derivative Test, Optimization in Applications, Applications to Business Economics, Integration – Integration by Substitution; System of Linear Inequality, Linear Programming – Graphical Approach; Coordinate Geometry

 Second Year

Linear Equation and Matrices; Vectors and Vector Spaces; Application of Derivatives – Rolle’s Theorem and Mean Value Theorem; Techniques of Integrations; Multivariable Functions and Partial Derivatives; Multiple Integrals; First-Order Ordinary Differential Equations.

 Third Year

Complex number and Analytic Functions; Complex Integrals; Linear Mappings; Series Solutions of ODEs; Fourier Analysis; Partial Differential Equations – Solution by Separating Variables Used of Fourier Series; D’Alembert Solution of the Wave Equations.

M. Econ( Economics) I

Laws of Algebra of Sets; Set Operations; Product Sets; Compositions of Relations; Equivalence Relations; Algebra of Real Value Functions; Equivalent Sets; Denumeriable Sets; Cardinality, Ordered Sets and Subsets; Applications of Zorn’s Lemma;Linear Programming – Simplex Method; Power of a Square Matrix, the Characteristics Equation, Cayley – Hamilton Theorem; Computation of eAt; Solution of Linear Differential Equations with Constant Coefficients by Matrix Method.

M. Econ( Statistics) I

Riemann Integration; Riemann Integral as a Limit of a Sum; Improper Riemann Integral ; The Lebesgue Integral for Bounded Functions; The Lebesgue Integral Defined on a Bounded Measurable Sets; Power of a Square Matrix, the Characteristics Equation, Cayley – Hamilton Theorem; Computation of eAt; Solution of Linear Differential Equations with Constant Coefficients by Matrix Method; Numerical Methods – Modified Euler Methods, Runnge – Kutta Method; Adams – Bashforth – Moulton Method; Eigen Value Problem; Sturm –Liouville Problems.

Research