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MATHEMATICAL SCIENCES PAPER-II 1. Let {xn} and {yn} be two sequences of real numbers. Prove or disprove each of the statements : 1. 2. 3. 4. 2. If {xnyn} converges, and if {yn} is convergent, then {xn} is convergent. {xn + yn} converges to x+y if {xn} converges to x and {yn} converges to y. If{xn/yn} is convergent, then both {xn} and {yn} are convergent. If {xn} is convergent and {yn} is divergent, then {xnyn} is divergent.

Let f : [a,b] → ¡ be differentiable. (a) Prove that

∫f

a

b

2

(t ) d

Let f : [a,b] → ¡ be differentiable. (a) Prove that

∫f

a

b

2

(t ) d

MATHEMATICAL SCIENCES PAPER-II 1. Let {xn} and {yn} be two sequences of real numbers. Prove or disprove each of the statements : 1. 2. 3. 4. 2. If {xnyn} converges, and if {yn} is convergent, then {xn} is convergent. {xn + yn} converges to x+y if {xn} converges to x and {yn} converges to y. If{xn/yn} is convergent, then both {xn} and {yn} are convergent. If {xn} is convergent and {yn} is divergent, then {xnyn} is divergent.

Let f : [a,b] → ¡ be differentiable. (a) Prove that

∫f

a

b

2

(t ) d

Let f : [a,b] → ¡ be differentiable. (a) Prove that

∫f

a

b

2

(t ) d

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MATHEMATICAL SCIENCESPAPER-II

1. Let {x

n

} and {y

n

} be two sequences of real numbers. Prove or disprove each of thestatements :1. If {x

n

y

n

} converges, and if {y

n

} is convergent, then {x

n

} is convergent.2. {x

n

+ y

n

} converges to x+y if {x

n

} converges to x and {y

n

} converges toy.3. If{x

n

/y

n

} is convergent, then both {x

n

} and {y

n

} are convergent.4. If {x

n

} is convergent and {y

n

} is divergent, then {x

n

y

n

} is divergent.2. Let f : [a,b]

→

¡ be differentiable.(a) Prove that

2

()0iff0on[,].

ba

f t dt f a b

= ≡

∫

.

(b) If

3

()0,

ba

f t dt

=

∫

then for some t

0

ε

[a,b], either

'0

()0

f t

=

or

0

()0

f t

=

.3. Let {f

n

} be a sequence of real-valued Lebesgue integrable functions on ¡ such that

1

.

nn

f

∞=

<∞

∑∫

¡

Prove that for any

1

,()

innn

e f x

α

α

∞=

∈

∑

¡ converges a.e. to a functiong

α

(x) and that g

α

is Lebesgue integrable.4. Let a = (a

1

, a

2

, , a

n

)

∈

n

¡

and let f(x) = e

x.a

where x = (x

1

, x

2

, x

n

)

∈

n

¡, and

1

...

ni ii

x a x a

=

=

∑

Compute the directional derivative of f at a point p

∈

n

¡ in thedirection of h

∈

n

¡.5. (a) Let A = {(x,y)

∈

2

¡

⎜

x

2

+ 2y

2

< 37}

∩

{(x,y)

∈

2

¡

⎥

e

x

> y}Prove that A is compact.(b) Show that any convex subset C of

n

¡ is connected.6. Show that the set {log p

⎟

p prime number} is linearly independent over ¤.7. Let V be the vector space of all polynomial functions of degree < n, n > 2, and letD : V

→

V denote the derivative map P a P

′

on V. Show that D is nilpotent andthat D is not diagonalizable.8. Let A and B be two 3

×

3 complex matrices. Show that A and B are similar if andonly if

χ

A

=

χ

B

and

µ

A

=

µ

B

, where

χ

A

,

χ

B

are characteristic polynomials of A, B,respectively and

µ

A

,

µ

B

are minimal polynomials of A, B, respectively.

9. Determine whether the quadratic form q(X

1

,X

2

) = 7X

1

+ 88X

1

X

2

+ 88

π

22

X

isdegenerate or not.10. Let

ϕ

:

Ω

→

£ be a continuous function and suppose {z :

⎜

z

⎥

< 1}

⊂

Ω

. Prove thatthe function defined as

1

()()

w

w f z dww z

ϕ

=

=−

∫

is an analytic function on the open unitdisc.11. Let f : £

→

£ be an entire function and that

'

()()forall

f z f z z

< ∈

£. Identifyall such functions.12. (a) Let :

f

→

££ be an analytic function and :

g

→

£¡ a harmonic function.Prove that g

o

f is a harmonic function.(b) Prove that the function

2222

(,).(),(,)

xy

u x y e cos x y x y

= − ∈

¡ is harmonic, and find the harmonicconjugate.13. Compute

1

2

z

e z

e dz

=

∫

, where the circle is parametrized by t

→

2e

it

, 0 < t < 2

π

.14. Let

ϕ

and

µ

denote the Euler totient function and Möbius function respectively.Show that

//

()()().Henceshowthat

d n k n

n k n d n k

ϕ µ ϕ

= =

∑ ∑

.15. Define conjugacy class in a finite group G and show that the cardinality of anyconjugacy class divides the order of G. Use this to show that if p is a prime and G isa group of order p

n

, then the centre of G contains elements other than the identity.16. Let I, I

′

, J be ideals in a commutative ring A. If I, J are comaximal, i.e., I + J = A andI

’

, J are comaximal, i.e., I

′

+ J = A, then show that I I

′

and J are also comaximal.17. LetLK be a finite field extension of prime degree p. Show that L = K[

α

] for any

α

∈

L\K.18. Solve the BVP by determining the appropriate Green’s function, expressing thesolution as a definite integral.-y

″

= f(x), y(0) + y

′

(0) = 0, y(1) + y

′

(1) = 0.

19. Consider the initial value problem :y

′

= f(x,y), y(0) = 1where f(x,y) : =

⎜

xy

⎥

+ y

2

, (x,y)

∈

D with D : = [-2,2] X [-1,3].Show that f (x,y) is bounded and statisfies a Lipschitz condition with respect to y onD and determine a bound and Lipschitz constant on D. Further, determine h, asrequired in the Picard’s Theorem, for a unique solution of the initial value problem toexist on

⎜

x

⎟

< h.20. Outline briefly the three classes of integrals of the non-linear first order partialdifferential equation f(x,y,z,p,q) = 0, where ,.

z z p q x y

∂ ∂= =∂ ∂

For the partial differential equation pqz = p

2

(3p

2

+qx) + q

2

(py + 4q

2

), obtain one of the integrals and indicate the procedure for determining the remaining two integrals.21. Classify and reduce the second order partial differential equationu

xx

– 4x

2

u

yy

=1

x

u

x

into canonical form and hence, find the general solution.22. Derive Simpson’s13rd rule to evaluate the integral

2

()

a ha

f x dx

+

∫

. Estimate the error.23. Find the eigenvalues and the eigenfunctions of the functional

112'2200

()()subjecttotheconditions(0)(1)0,1

J y y y dx y y y dx

= + = = =

∫ ∫

.24. Find the resolvent kernel for the integral equation

1221

()()()()

s f s st s t t dt

ϕ λ ϕ

−

= + +

∫

25. Show that the transformation

122

21tan,4

qQ P q p p

−

⎛ ⎞= = +⎜ ⎟⎝ ⎠

is canonical. Find a generating function.26. Let X and Y be two independent random variables such that X is uniformlydistributed on [0, 1] and Y has a discrete uniform distribution on{0, 1, 2,,

n

–1}, that is,1,if0,1,,1,()0,otherwise.

k nP Y k n

⎧= −⎪= =⎨⎪⎩

L Define Z = X + Y. Show that Z is uniformly distributed on [0,

n

].

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