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# Relevance of mathematics to economics?

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###### 02/14/2011

in economics. mathematics is relevant because using mathematics we can illustrate the distribution of the live-stocks through graphs and measurements,thus, there will be a great adjustment on the proper distribution of goods and stocks to different departments of our government.

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