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Maximum Marks: 40
Time Allowed: 45 Min.

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Real Analysis

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Q.1.A:

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of Lead Pencil are strietly prohibited. Only

Choose the most correct answer.


The function

i.

3..

ii.

iii.

is uniformly. continuous on:


f (x) = %
x

(~(X),+0O)

(O,+ 33)

If p2 =3 thenp
a. Natural

C' [1>+

(1>1)

CD)

is:

number

The series

(5)

i(-l)""'

b. Integer

c. Rational number

d.

Inational number

n=l

a. Converges

b. Diverges

c. Converges absolutely

d. Converges

conditionally
iv.

The only real solution of sin(x) = x is:

a.x=0
v.

limn_m

b_x=E2

c.x=I`I

((l) sin(nx + n)) (x e R,n e


:

a.

b.

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Ci-X=-~

c. 0

N) is:
d.

Does not exist

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Write True or False.

B:

(10)

The extended real number system forms

The sequence

ii

field.

(wi)
converges to zero.
n

monotone bounded sequence may diverge.

iii

iv

The infinite set N has no cluster points.

a.

A continuous function on an interval takes on (at least once) any number that lie

between two of its values.

lf

vr.

I -> R has a derivative atc e I then f is discontinuous at c.


,

vii.

f (x) = tan(x) is Riemann integrable on [0, g]

viii

A continuous function is a function of botmded variation.

A convergent improper integral may not be absolutely convergent.

IX.

f10g(x).10g(1 + x)dx is a proper integral.

X.

Fill in the blanks.

C:

The set

(5)

of rational numbers

A bounded sequence has a

ii

in R.

is

subsequence.

If U (P, f, oc) - L(P, f ,a) < 5 holds for some partition P of [a, b] , then it holds

111.

for every ...of P.


A bounded monotone function is a function of ....

1V.

I (x)dx is called an improper integral of

V.

more points ofa

S x Sb

kind if f(x) is unbounded at one or

Q.2 Write short answers of the following:

(20)

Prove that \/g is an irrational number.

i.

Let

ii

for lx 3) f (x) =
f (x) = li?
x _

for x =

then show that

lirnx_,3

f (x) does

not exist.
111.

Prove that a polynomial is continuous in every finite interval.

Pi
2

iv.

lfz = x2

ran-

1, find
x

V.

Prove that

dxdy

x2 + nx
lim(----)
=x

at

(l,l).

forx e

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Real Analysis

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Time Allowed: 2:15 Hours

Maximum Marks: 60

Subjective Part
Attempt any three questions. All questions carry equal marks.

N ote:

Q. 3.

State and prove The completeness property of R.

(10)

b) Prove that the set of rational numbers is dense in R.

(10)

a)

Q. 4.
a) Let Y =

(yn) be defined inductively by y, =l and

y,,.,_,

=-;(2yH +

3)

formal. Show thatlim Y


b) Prove that a sequence

(10)

of real numbers

is convergent

if and only if it

is a

(10)

Cauchy sequence.

Q. 5.
a) Suppose _f is a real differentiable function on some interval [`a, bf] and

suppose

Prove that there exists a point x e (a,b) sueh

f'(x)=.1.

that
b) Let

f'(a) < A < f '(b).

f (x)

,l

x' sm(-)

==

(10)
_

when x

f (x) = 0

0 and

ef

is differentiable at all

pointsx but
,

whenx

Prove that

is not continuous function. (10)

Q. 6.
a)

Find the local maximum and minimum values and saddle points of

f(x,y)=x4 +y4 -4xy+1.

(10)

b) Find the points on the sphere x2 + yz +

zzp

there are closest to and


(10)

farthest from the point (3,1,-1).

Q. 7.
a)

lf

is monotone on [a,b] and

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b) Let

that

Lab), then provethat

is monotonically increasing continuous

f be a positive decreasing function defined on [a,+oo)

(10)

R(of) on [a,b]_

and assume
CD

e Rtfa; a,b) for everyb Z

cz

Then prove that the integral Ifdfl

is

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convergent.

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