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cy 2"-r cos(nnl2-zx) oy z"*r cos(nnl2-2x)
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three dimensional Cartesian coordinates to
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ii) If F=3x2i-xyj+(a-3)xzk is Solenoidal then aisequal to A)0
iii) lf F=(x+y+1)i+.j-(x+y)k then F.curlF is-. e) O B) x+y
iu) The scale factors for cylindrical coordinate system (p,
{,
z) are given by.'l
A) (p, l, l) B) (1, p, 1) c) (1, l, p)
i) If i=xi+yj+zk ttren div R
Prove that curlA
=
-
V2A .
Find the constants a, b, c such that the vector
A)0 B)3 C)
-3
D) none ofthese
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b.
c.
First/Second Semester B.E. Degree Examination. June/July 2013
Engineering Mathematics
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Max. Marksil00
full
queslions, choosing at least tteolrom eacl, parl
2. Aneeer all objective type queslions only on OMR sheel page S ofthe answer booklet.
3. Arr\$tef lo objectire
Upe
quesliorrs oh sheels other lhan OMR toill ,iol be talued
PART
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A
a. Choose vour answers fbr the followins :
r) lt
)
:
J- then yn rs e1
(3log
s)'e5. ny
(s
log:)" e5"
ii) If y
=
s652 x then yn is
e1 2"*r cos(nnl2+2x) s1 2'-rcos(nnl2+2x)
iii) The Lagrange's mean value theorem 1b. the firnction f(x)
=
g*
il the inteNal
[0,
l] is
A) C:0.5413 B)C= 2.3 C) 0.3 D) None ofthesc
iu) Expansionof log(l+e")inporversofxis_. A)log2-x/2+x2/8+xa llg2+-
B)log2+x/2+x2l8 - xn ltg2+- c)log2+x/2+x2l8 +xn 1192+-
pJ
roez-I-}1-,I1* -
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1',.
tryr;,+y-],i,=2xprorethat(x2-l)yD+2+(2n+l)xy,,+r +(n2-m2
1y,, =0.
(06 Marks)
c.
Verily the Rolle'sthcorem lbr the tunctions:
l
(r)
=
?'(sin r
-
cos x)
in
(rrl4,57rl4).
(06 Marks)
d. By using Maclaarin's theorem expand log sec x up to the term containing x6, (04 Mark)
a. Choose your ansrvers lor the lbllouing : (04 Mark)
i) The indeterminate tbrm of 1i6
u'd;,
at 1og\y^) at log(/b) c) I D)
-l
x+0 X
'
ii) The angle between the radius vector and the tangent-for the curves r
=
a(l
-
cos0) is
L) 0t2 B)
-0
l2 C) 1rl2+0 D\ n/2-0/2.
iii) The polar lbrm oia curve is A) r
=
f(e) e) 0
=
f(y) C) r
=
f(x) D) None ofthese
i!) Therateatwhichthccurveisbendingcalled_,A)Radiusofcurvaturel B)Curvature: C) Circle ofcurvaturei D) Evaluale.
,l
f'aluate
;;61
s'n t
l
.
\ .01
\
Find the angles ofintersection ofthe f-ollor\ ing pairs ofcurves. r
=
aO(t+ 0): r=a/(l+e2).
Find the radius ofcurvature at (3al.2, 3a12) on xr +yr
=3axy.
i) II' u
=
x' I
)'
rhen (i"u) (Cxf,) is equal to A)2 B)0 C) 2x D\ 2y
ii) If z= f(x, y) where x
=
u-vand y= uv then (u+v)(62l6x)is
A) u(Azlev\-v?zlAi B)u(62l6\r)+v(dzl6v)
q
Azleu+Azttu D1 dzldu-dztdv
iii) If x
:
r cos 0, y: r sin O then
[6(r,0)]/[d(x,
y)] is A) r B) th C) .1 D)
-l
iv) In errors and approximations ax /x.
fo/y,
6flf are called
A) relative error B) percentage error C) error in x, y and f D)-none ofthese
lf x'yt
"'
=c.showthat
A'.z-l 6x4, =
-[xlogex]
r,whenx=y=2.
Obtain the Jacobian of 6(x. y, z)/flr. 0.
\$)
lbr change of coordinate liom
spherical polar coordinates.
In estimating the cost ofa pile ol bricks measured as 2mx l5mx 1.2m. the tape is stretched +l7o beyond the standard lngth.
If the count is 450 bricks to I cu.cm and bricks cost of 530 per 1000, tind the approximate error in the cost. (04
Mark)
F- (r
-)
+az)i
.(bx
I 2)
-z)j
, (x r cy r 2z)k is imotational.
(06 Marks).
Derive an expression lor V
.A
in orthogonal curvilinear coordinates. Deduce V
.
A is rectangular coordinates.
1.,t2
(04
n{arks)
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c)
(s
tog 3f " e5' or(stog3)"e-"
(04 Mark)
D)2
B)
-2
C) 2 D)3
C) x+y+z D) x y
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i.1 The valueof"J"-.,r, is A) le
J-
-'
ii) An integrating factor for ydx
-
xdy = 0 is A) /y B) y/x C) l(xy)
iii) The differential equation satisrying the relation x
:
A cos (mt o.) is
A)(dvdo= I
-t'
B) (d'?x/de)
- d2x C) (d']x/df)
= m2x
iv) The orthogonal tnljectories ofthe system given by r = a0 is
IOMATI I
(0,1Mark)
D)
-llu
D) 18/35
l \ l ,\
Solve
(l-y2)-(x-e'd
)Jdy
dx=0.
Prove that the system ofparabola
f
= 4a (x +
a) is selforthogonal.
find the inverse tran sform ati on s.
TR o ,l
Diagonalizethematri*.
n_l-o z 01.
l,
4 r]
Reduce the quadratic form, xf +Zxl-lxl
-rr,riitJii,
into sum ofsquares.
2 ot2
A) AX
:
l.x B) i,(A-x)=0 C) xA- A1.
=
o D)
la-rrlx=o
iu) Two square maffices Aand B are similar if, A) A=B; B)B:P-rAP; C)A'=B';D) A-r
=B-
Show that the transformation, yt=2x1-2x2-x1, y,
=-4xr
+5x2 +3xt, yl
-xt
-x2 -x.,
is, regular and
(06 M{rks)
(06 Mirks)
(01 Marks)
(01 iUarks)
D) cos (y/x)
:
c
D) l/(x':+f
)
D) (dx/dt)
:
-m:x
D)12:1"-e'
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(04 Mar|(s)
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(06 Nlarks)
(04 Marks)
A)r2: keo B)r=keo c)l e-8'=p
Solve (x cos(y / x) + ysin(y/ x))y
-
(ysin(y/ x)
-
x cos(y/ x)) x (dy / dx)
=
0.
B)
-
l/e C) l/a
tt2
ii) The valueofthe integral
fsinTxdxis
A) 35/16 B)16/35 C)-16135
)
0
iii) The volume generated by revolving the cardioid r = a(1 + cos 0) about the initial line is
A) (3ra2)/8 B)(37ra3)/8 C)(2ra'1) 19 D)None
iv) The area ofthe loop ofthe curve r = a sin 30 is
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A) a'?l12
;
B) nll2: C) na'?ll2
;
D) None
r/l
b. By app lying d i fferentia I underlhe integral sign evaluate
'ilo8l
I+),srn)rro^.
;srnY
Evaluale of
fsin
n
\ dx
where n is any integer.
J
findthe leng:h ofthe arch ofthe cycloid x=a(0-sin0); y:a (1 - cos0); 0<0
(2r.
i) The goneral solution ofthe differential equation (dy/dx)=(y/x)+tan(y/x) is
A) sin
(y/x)
:
c B) sin (y/x)
:
cx C) cos (y/x)
:
cx
[]
-r
2l
i) Find the rank of
I
'.
.'
^1,
A} 3 B) 2 C) 4 D) I
-,'-|
l-l
I 2l
ii) The exact solution of the system of equation lOx + y + z
:
12. x + 10y + z = 12, x + y + l0z = 12 by
inspection is equal to A) (1, l, l)
;
B) (1, l, 1)
;
C)
Cl,
-1, -l)
;
D) None
iiD If the given system of lillear equations in 'n' variables is consistent then the number of linearly
independent solution is given by A)n
;
B)n-l
;
C)r n
;
D)n r
iv) The trivial solution for the given system ofequations 9x-y+42=0,4x 2y+32=0,5x+y 6z:0is
A) (1,2, 0) B) (0,4, l) c)
(0,0,
0)
?],1, ,r;9,
Using elementary hansformation reduce each offollowing matrices to the normal arr,
| ] ,,
, ,
|
,* ,,.*r
l,
,,r]
Test for consistency and solve the system. 2x + y + z=10,3x +2y +32-18, x + 4y +gz=16. (06 Mark)
Appii Gauss-Jordan method to solve the system of equations, 2x+5y+72=52, 2x+y-z=0,
)\+y+z=9 (04 Mirks)
i) A square matrix A is called orthogonal if, A) A=42 B)A=A-r C) AA-r
=l D)None
iD The eigen values ofthe matrix.
I
u, -,t t,l
,r" A) 2. 3. 8 B) 2,3,9 C) 2,2, 8 D) None
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,
-,
,
iii) The eigen vector X ofthe matrix A corresponding to eigen value 1" and satisry lhe equation,
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