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MA131 MATHEMATICS I QUESTION BANK Question Bank MATRICES: PART –A4 1 . 3 2 0 a . 2. Find the eigen values and eigen vectors of A =

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a 0 8 −6 2 3. Find the sum of the eigen values of 2A if A = − 6 7 − 4

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. 2 −4 3 5 3 4. Verify Cayley- Hamilton theorem for A = 1 3 .

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1. Find the eigen values of 2A+I given that A = 5. Find the matrix of the

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quadratic form x + y + z + 2 xz + 4 2 yz .2 2 2PART - B 6. (i) Using Cayley-Hamilton theorem, find the inverse of A where3 1 1 A = 1 3 − 3 2 − 4 − 4

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(ii) Using diagonalization, find A6 given that A =

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(8 Marks)5 4 . 1 2

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(8 Marks)7. Find an orthogonal transformation which reduces the quadratic form 2 xy + 2 yz+ 2 xz to a canonical form. Also find its nature, index, signature and rank. (16Marks) 7. Reduce the quadratic form 2 x + y + z + 2 xy − 4 yz − 2 xz to acanonical form by an orthogonal transformation. Also find its nature, index,signature and rank. (16 Marks)2 2 28. (i) Using Cayley-Hamilton theorem, find An given that A = find A3.

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1 4 . Hence 2 3

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(8 Marks)

2 0 4 (ii) Diagonalize A by an orthogonal transformation where A = 0 6 0

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. 4 0 2

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(8 Marks) 9. Find the characteristic equation of the matrix A and hence find thematrix respresented by A − 5 A + 7 A − 3 A + A − 5 A + 8 A − 2 A + I where8 7 6 5 4 3 22 1 1 A = 0 1 0. 1 1 2

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ANALYTICAL GEOMETRY:(16 Marks)PART-A 1. A, B, C, D are the points (-3, 2, k), (4, 1, 6), (-1, -2, -3) and (13,-4, -1). Find the value of k if AB is parallel to CD. 2. Find the angle betweenthe planes 2 x − y + z + 7 = 0 and x + y + 2 z − 11 = 0 . 3. Findx −1 y − 3 z +1 x +1 y +1 z = = = & = are perpendicular. k −k −1 5 3 −4thevalueofkifthelines4. Find the equation of the sphere having the points (2,-3,4) and (-1,5,7) as theends of a diameter. 5. Find the equation of the tangent plane at the point (1,-1,2) to the spherex 2 + y 2 + z 2 − 2 x + 4 y + 6 z − 12 = 0 .PART-B 6. (i) Prove that the four points A(2,5,3), B(7,9,1), C(3,-6,2), D(13,2,-2)are coplanar. (8 Marks) (ii) Find the equation of the plane that contains theparallel linesx −1 y − 2 z − 3 x−3 y +2 z +4 & = = = = . 1 2 3 1 2 3(8 Marks)7. (i) Find the length of the shortest distance line between the linesx − 2 y +1 z = = ; 2 x + 3 y − 5 z − 6 = 0 = 3x − 2 y − z + 3 . 2 3 4(8 Marks)(ii) Find the co-ordinates of the foot, the length and the equations of theperpendicular from the point (-1,3,9) to the linex − 13 y + 8 z − 31 = = . 5 −8 1(8 Marks)2

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