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TIRUMALA ENGINEERING COLLEGE, BOGARAM.SUB: MATHEMATICAL METHODSASSIGNMENT: COMMON TO ALL BRANCHES

I-B.TECH--A.Y-2009-2010

UNIT-VI

1. a. Find y at x = .1, .2 &.3 given that dy/dx = xy+y

2

, y(0)1 by using Taylor’s series method.b. Evaluate the values of y(1.1) & y(1.2) from y

11

+y

2

+y

1

= x

3

, y(1) = 1,y

1

(1) =1 by using Taylor’s series method.2. Find y(.1) , y(.2) , z(.1) & z(.2) given that dy/dx = x+z , dz/dx = x-y

2

& y(0) = 2, z(0) = 1 by usingTaylor’s series method.3. a. Solve y

1

= y-x

2

, y (0) = 1, by Picards method up to the 3

rd

approximation. Hence find the values of y(.1),y(.2) b. Obtain y (.1) given y

1

= (y-x)/(y+x) , y(0) = 1 by Picards method.4. a. y

1

= (x

3

+xy

2

)e

-x

, y(0) = 1 , y(.1), y(.2) by Euler’s method. b. Using Euler’s method, solve for y at x = 2 from y

1

=3x

2

+1 ,y(1) = 2 taking step size i) h=.5 ii) h= .255. Find y(.5),y(1) &y(1.5) given that y

1

= 4-2x ,y(0) =2 with h = .5using Euler’s Modified method.6. Given that y

1

= x+siny, y (0) =1, compute y (.2) &y (.4) with h=.2 using Euler’s Modified method.7. a. Find y(.1) & y(.2) using R-K-4

th

order formula given that y

1

=x

2

-y & y(0)=1.b. Evaluate y (.8) using R-K-4

th

order method given y

1

=(x+y)

1/2

, y = .41 at x = .48. a. Tabulate the values of y(.1), y(.2) & y(.3) using R-K-4

th

order formula given that y

1

= xy+

y

2

, y(0) = 1.b. Find the solution of y

1

=x-y at x=.4 such that y = 1 at x= 0 and h=.1 using Milne’s method.Use Euler’s Modified method to evaluate y (.1), y (.2) & y (.3).9. a. y

1

= 2e

x

-y , y(0)=2,y(.1)=2.010,y(.2)=2.040,y(.3)=2.09,find at x =.4&.5 by Milne’s Predictor Corrector Method.b. Obtain y(.6)&y(.8) given y

1

= x+y , y(0)=1 with h = .2 by Adam’s method.10. a. Obtain the solution of y1

= x

2

(1+y), y(1) = 1 at x = 1.1,1.2 &1.3 by any numerical method and estimate atX = 1.4 by Adam’s method.b. dy/dx = 2e

x

y , y(0) = 2 , find y(.4) using Adams Predictor Corrector formula by calculate y(.1) , y(.2) &y (.3) using Euler’s Modified formula.

UNIT-VII1.

Find the Fourier series of period 2 π for the function f(x) = x

2

-x in (- π, π).Hence deduce the sum of the series 1/1

2

+1/2

2

+ 1/3

2

+……. = π

2

/6

2.

Find the Fourier series of period 2 π for the function f(x) = - π , - π < x < 0X , 0 < x < π.

Hence deduce the sum of the series 1/1

2

+1/3

2

+ 1/5

2

+……. = π

2

/83.Obtain a Fourier expansion for (1-cosx)

1/2

in - π < x < π4. Find the Fourier expansion of f(x) = xcosx , 0 < x < 2 π5.i. Expand f(x) = e

ax

, 0 < x < 2 πii. Obtain the F.S. of f(x) = ( π –x )

2

, 0 < x < 2 π6. Find the sine series for f(x) = x( π – x ) , 0 < x < π& hence deduce that 1/1

3

- 1/3

3

+ 1/5

3

- 1/7

3

+……….. = π

2

/327. Find F.S. of xsinx as cosine series in (0, π) &S.T. 1/1.3 - 1/3.5 + 1/ 5.7 – 1/ 7.9 +…… = (π -2) / 48.i. If F(x) = kx , 0 < x < π /2K (π -x), π /2 < x < π, Find the half – range sine series.ii. If F(t) = t , 0 < t < π / 2π /2 , π /2 < t <. Π. Find Fourier sine series.9. If f(x) = π x , 0 ≤ x ≤ 1 π (2-x) , 1 ≤ x ≤ 2.Show that in (0, 2), f(x) = π / 2 - 4/ π {cosπx/1

2

+cos3πx /3

2

+cos5π x/5

2

+……}& hence deduce that 1/1

2

+1/3

2

+1/5

2

+…… = π

2

/8.10. Find the Fourier series for f(x) = 2x-x

2

, 0 < x < 3.

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