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# Code No: NR-220202

## II B.Tech. II-Semester Supplementary Examinations, Nov/Dec-2004

MATHEMATICS-III
NR
(Common to Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Mechanical Engineering,
Electronics and Communication Engineering, Electronics and Instrumentation
Engineering, Electronics and Control Engineering, Metallurgy and Material
Technology, Mechatronics, Electronics and Telematics and Aeronautical
Engineering)
Time: 3 hours Max Marks: 80
All Questions carry equal marks
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1. a) Define Gamma function and evaluate Γ(½).
b) Show that Γ(½)Γ(2n) = 22n-1 Γn Γ(n+½).
c) Define Beta function and show that β(m,n) = β(n,m).

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2. a) Prove that ( xJ n J n +1 ) = x ( J n2 − J n2+1 ) .
dx
b) Express x3+2x2-x-3 in terms of Legendee polynomials.

## 3. a) Derive Cauchy Riemann equation in polar coordinates.

b) Prove that the function f(z) = z is not analytic at any point.
c) Find the general and the principal values of (i) log e (1+ 3 i) (ii) log e(-1).]

## 4. a) State and prove Cauchy’s integral theorem.

e 2 dz
b) Evaluate using Cauchy’s integral formula ∫ 3 where c:
z −1 = 3
c ( z − 1 − i )
1+ i

∫ (x − iy ) along y=x2.
2
c) Evaluate
0

## 5. a) State and prove Taylor’s theorem.

z 2 − 6z − 1
b) Find the Laurent series expansion of the function in the
( z − 1)( z − 3)( z + 2)
region 3<|z+2|<5.

## 6. a) State and prove Cauchy’s Residue Theorem.

Z2
b) Find the residue of 4 at these Singular points which lie inside the circle
Z −1
| Z | = 2.

Contd…2
Code No: NR-220202 .2. NR

2π 2π 2π
dθ dθ
7. a) Show that ∫ a + bSinθ
= ∫ a + bSinθ
=
a 2 − b2
, a > b> 0 using residue
0 0
theorem.

dx
b) Evaluate by contour integration ∫1+ x
0
2 .

## 8. a) Define conformal mapping? Let f(z) be analytic function of z in a domain D of

the z-plane and let f’(z)≠0 in D. Then show that w=f(z) is a conformal mapping
at all points of D.
b) Find the bilinear transformation which maps the points (–i, o, i) into the point
(–l, i, l) respectively.

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