What is Black–Scholes equation

What is Black–Scholes equation? Explain.

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The Black–Scholes equation was derived by using stochastic calculus and resulted into a partial differential equation. It was not likely to endear this to the thousands of students interested in a career in finance. At that time these were classically MBA students, not the mathematicians and physicists which are nowadays determined on Wall Street.

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