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# EX \ PD11H \ 41 \ 06

## FIRST ENGG. (PRODUCTION) EXAMINATION 2006

1st Semester

MATHEMATICS I S
Time : Three hours

## Full Marks : 100

(50 marks for each part)

PART-I
1.

a)

f(x) l where

## f is a real valued function of real variable, l is a finite

real number and a is such a finite real number that
every

interval

containing

contains

b)

a)

many
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## Discuss the continuity of the function

f (x)

2.

infinitely

=1

when x is rational

=0

when x is irrational

## F (x) is called a primitive of f(x) if F(x) = f (x) prove that

any two primitives of a given function differ by a
constant.

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b)

## Use Rolles theorem to show that

f(x) = x3 + ax + b ( a > 0)
has precisely one real root.

3.

a) Suppose

that

is

5
twice

differentiate

function

and

## f(a1) = f(a2) = f(a3) ( a1< a2 < a3 ). Prove that f" (c) = 0

for some c ( a1 , a3 ) .

x3 sin x.
4.

a)

## State L Hospitals Rule.

The limit of log e x as x 0 + is found to be (using L Hospitals
x

Rule)

1
lim x = +
x 0 + 1

## but the actual limit is - . What is wrong with the

above argument? 5

5.

b)

Evaluate

a)

## b) Given an example of a function f (x) whose Maclaurins

series does not converge to f (x) anywhere except at
x = 0.
6.

f (x) = x6 6x4.
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(3)
b)

## Show that the function

value when x = y = 1.

has a minimum

PART-II
All questions carry equal marks.
2 marks for general performance.
7.

a)

## Investigate the continuity of the function

f(x, y) = xy/(x2 + y2) . (x, y) (0, 0)
=0

(x. y) = (0, 0)

at the origin.
b) If

8.

a)

b)

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9.

show that

10. a)

## Transform the equationin

to polar

co-ordinates.
b) Expand ex log (1 + y) in powers of x and y upto terms
of third degree with the help of Maclaurins expansion.
11. a)

## A tent on a square base of side x,

vertical of height y and the top is

## has its sides

regular pyramid of

## height h. Find x and y in terms of h, if the canvas

required for its construction is to be minimum for the
tent to have a given capacity.
b)

Find

the

maximum

and

minimum

distances

from

the