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On a method of solving the Black-Scholes Equation

@article{Yermukanova2016OnAM,
  title={On a method of solving the Black-Scholes Equation},
  author={Binur Yermukanova and Laila Zhexembay and Natanael Karjanto},
  journal={arXiv: Pricing of Securities},
  year={2016}
}
The paper proposes a different method of solving a simplified version of the Black-Scholes equation. This paper will discuss the importance of the Black-Scholes equation and its applications in finance. 

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