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π ∞

∫

3

x e − x dx = ii)Show that Γn = 2 ∫ e x

2

−x 2 n −1

1. i) Show that dx

0

3 0

πx

.] 2

[

+ J −1 2 ( x ) ] 2

=

3. Define Beta function and prove that Beta function is symmetric.

Γm Γn

4. Prove that β( m, n) =

Γ( m + n)

π

5. Prove that Γ(n) Γ(1 − n) =

sin nπ

2

6. a) J −n ( x ) = ( −1) n J n ( x ) b) Prove that ∫J 3 ( x ) dx =− J 2 ( x ) −

x

J1 ( x) .

1 dn

7. Prove that Pn ( x) = ( x 2 −1) n

2 n n! dx n

8. Prove that (2n +1) xPn ( x ) = (n +1) Pn +1 ( x ) +nPn −1 ( x )

∫ P ( x) P ( x)dx = 0

−1

m n m≠ n

9. Show that

2

= m= n

2n + 1

1

2n( n +1)

∫x Pn +1 ( x) Pn −1 ( x ) dx =

2

10.Prove that

−1

( 2n −1)( 2n +1)( 2n + 3)

11.Derive Cauchy Riemann equation in polar coordinates.

12.Prove that u = log( x 2 + y 2 ) is harmonic.

and v ( x, y ) = c 2 form an orthogonal system of curves.

conjugate.

(1,3) 2

16.Evaluate ∫(0,0) (3x ydx + ( x 3 −3 y 2 ) dy along the curve y=3x.

3 z 2 +2

19.Evaluate ∫ ( z −1)( z 2 +9)

dz where c is |z-2| = 2

c

zdz 1

20.Evaluate ∫ ( z −1)( z − 2)

C

2 Where C is z −2 =

2

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