Brief description Introduction to no-arbitrage pricing and binomial models.
Tue 1:30-3:30 and F 2:20--3:20
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My office is in McAllister, room 235 ( Contact)
Extra help is available if you need to stay at home due to sickness. This includes make up quizes and extension deadlines for homeworks and projects.
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