My math background is a little lacking compared to the typical quant and I would like to inquire as to whether it is sufficient to attempt working through this book. I come from an economics backround, having studied a ba in economics from newcastle university, and thus I have taken the following (not very rigorous) math courses: Mathematics for Economics, Probability and stats for economics, Empirical Economic Analysis, and a fairly more rigorous Econometric Analysis. I have also later covered a year's worth of a typical calculus course for engineers. Moroever, I am currently enroled in the CQF and have thus taken their math primer which covers differential equations, calculus, linear algebra, and probability, as well as some numerical methods, etc. I would like to read this book to supplement the core reading material of the cqf and would thus seek your guidance on whether I fullfill the prerequisites for this.

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