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# BOARD OF TECHNICAL EXAMINATION – KARNATAKA SUBJECT: APPLIED MATHEMATICS – II For II - Semester

DIPLOMA COURSES OF ALL BRANCHES

**Contact hour per week: 04 hour per Semester: 64
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CONTACT HR. 6 16 6 14 4 2 12 4 64

DIFFERENTIATION CALCULUS

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 LIMITS DIFFERENTIATION APPLICATIONS OF DIFFERENTIATION

INTEGRAL CALCULUS

INDEFINITE INTEGRATION DEFINITE INTEGRATION APPLICATIONS OF DEFINITE INTEGRATION

DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS

TESTS AND ASSIGNMENT TOTAL HOUR

REFFERENCE BOOKS: 1. Applied Mathematics –II By W.R Neelakanta. Sapna Publications. 2. Applied Mathematics –II By Dr. D S Prakash S Chand Publications 3. Text Books of PUC-2 mathematics. 4. Applied Mathematics –II for Polytechnics- By different Authors. 5. Engineering Mathematics.

Applied Mathematics – II

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D - - 6 06 04 TOTA 64 L Questions to be answered 15 10 10 07 08 05 APPLIED – MATHEMATICS – II Marks Part A Part B Part C Part D 2 X 10 = 20 5 X 07 = 35 5 X 05 = 25 5 X 04 = 20 Total = 100 No.B 2 6 2 Questions to be set (5 Marks) PART. HOUR Questions to be set (2 Marks) PART. of Questions to be set 15 10 08 06 No. of Questions to be Answered 10 07 05 04 Applied Mathematics – II Page 2 of 11 .QUESTION PAPER BLUE PRINT FOR APPLIED MATHEMATICS – II UNIT NO.A 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 6 16 6 14 4 2 12 2 4 2 4 3 Questions to be set (5 Marks) PART.C 6 1 1 Questions to be set (5 Marks) PART.

Integration by substitution method.∫ dx 1 x = tan −1 + c 2 a x +a a 2 2. Definition of limit of a function. List of standard integrals. Definition of Integration. ∫{f(x) ±g ) } x = ∫f(x x (x d )d ±∫g )d (x x problems. Odd and even functions (Definition with examples). Concept of x tends to ‘a’. 16 Hr. Definition of function. Successive differentiation up to second order. Standard limit (only statement) n 1 a x −1 e x −1 1 1. Problems.∫kf ( x ) d =k ∫ f ( x ) d . Types of function: Direct and Inverse functions. lim =1 3. 6 Hr. Definition of increment and increment ratio. product and quotient of functions. Problems on rules. Hyperbolic functions and inverse of hyperbolic functions. ∫ dx a −x 2 2 x = sin −1 + c with proof. sinx. Problems. Integrals of functions involving a2 + x2 . Problems. Definition of increasing and decreasing function. Rules of integration (only statement) 1. Rules of differentiation: Sum. when x tend to ‘∞’ and x tend to ‘a’. UNIT – 4: INTEGRAL CALCULUS. Logarithmic differentiation. List of standard derivatives. lim (1 + n ) n = e x →0 x →0 n →∞ n →0 x x n Simple problems on standard limits. UNIT – 2: DIFFERENTIAL CALCULUS.Diploma Courses of All Engineering Branches II Semester Sub: Applied Mathematics II CONTENTS UNIT – 1: LIMITS. Maxima and minima of a function. cosx and tanx with respect to ‘x’ from first principle method. Parametric functions. lim 1 + = e 4. Problems on limit of a function by factorization. 6 Hr. Derivatives of functions of xn. rationalization when x tend to ‘0’. Problems. 14 Hr. UNIT – 3: APPLICATIONS OF DIFFERENTIATION. Some important integrals of the type 1. Problems. a2 – x2 and their radicals. Derivatives of inverse Trigonometric functions. Equation of tangent and normal to the curve y = f(x) at a given point. Derivative as a rate measure. Geometrical meaning of derivative. lim = log e a 2. a Applied Mathematics – II Page 3 of 11 . Definition of derivative of a function. Implicit functions. Derivations of algebraic and trigonometric limits. Explicit and implicit function. Derivatives of function of a function (Chain rule). x x 2 . Variables and Constants.

UNIT – 7: DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS. Solution of D E of first degree and first order by variable separable method. b. order and degree of differential equation with examples. Definition. Find area. Solution of differential equations reducible to linear formBernoulli’s form. π π 1 1 2 dx . 〉 x ∫ x 2 d x −2 a 6 . Solution of differential equations reducible to variable separable form. 4 Hr. + bx + c ∫ dx ax 2 + bx + c . Homogeneous form and its solution. x 1 P lem rob s. Definite integrals of the type ∫0 0 1 + tan x 1 + tan x UNIT – 6: APPLICATIONS OF DEFINITE INTEGRALS. Simple problems. Exact differential equation and its solution. 7 . volume and r m s value of a function. Solutions of differential equation of a type 2 d y dy a 2 +b + cy = 0. Problems. Theorems on definite integrals. Page 4 of 11 . c are constants. Solution of differential equations reducible to homogeneous form. Rule of integration by parts. d x = sh i n a 2 +2 x d x 1 o ∫ 2 −2 =a l g 2 a x − 1 x + c a i f a 4 .3. n o ∫ d x2 ∫ x 2 d x x 2 − a 2 1 = sc e a x + c a ( 3t o 7 po r f o) Integrals of the forms: ∫ ax dx . dx dx GENERAL AND SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES UNIT – 1: LIMITS. ∫ ax 2 px + q dx . Linear equations and its solution. Integration of the forms: ∫e (f(x) +f ( x) )dx UNIT – 5: DEFINITE INTEGRALS. example. Formation of differential equation by eliminating arbitrary constants up to second order. Definition of Definite integral. + bx + c ∫ px + q ax 2 + bx + c dx. 12 Hr. 1 = 2a a x + + c a x − − 1 〉0. Problems. Integration by parts. ∫ 2 dx Problems. Applied Mathematics – II 6 Hr. 2 Hr. Problems. Problems.∫ 5 . where a.

2.1 Define increment and increment ratio.1. 1.1. lim x →0 x 1 1 3.2. 1. 1.9 Solve simple problems on above results. GENERAL OBJECTIVES. 2.2 To know different methods of differentiation. lim x →0 x e x −1 =1 2. 2. Write formula for standard limits(statement only).7 Solve problems on above results.5 State derivative of ex and log x.4 Solve problems on limit of a function by rationalization. SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES.2 Define Independent. θ →0 a x −1 = log e a 1.1. 1.2 Define limit of a function. 1. 2. 2. dependent variable and constants with examples. 16 Hr. 1.2. Applied Mathematics – II Page 5 of 11 .GENERAL OBJECTIVES. UNIT – 2: DIFFERENTIAL CALCULUS.1 Explain the concept of x tends ‘a’.1. 2. x →a x −a 1.1 State rules of differentiation: Derivatives of Sum.2 Solve problems on rules of differentiation.3 Derive the differential co-efficient (dy/dx). Cosx and Tanx with respect to ‘x’.2. 2. xn − an = na n −1 for any rational number.2. 1. Sinx.2.1 To understand the differentiation of a function in terms of limit of a function.1. 2.4 Derive differentiation of a functions from first principle method xn .1.3 To know the derivatives of higher order up to second order.2 To know the indeterminant form and evaluation of limit of a given function.1.2.1.1.8. 1. Direct and inverse functions 2.1. constants and functions. Explicit and Implicit function 3. 1.3 Define a function. 2.5 Define 1.Odd and even function with examples. 2. 2. Product and quotient of function.2.2 Define differentiation.1 Explain calculus as calculation of Infinitesimal values.4 List types of functions.2. 1. SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES.2. 1.2. 1.3 Solve problems on limit of a function by factorization.1 To understand variables. 1.5 Solve problems on limit of a function when x tends INFINITY. lim 1 + = e = lim (1 + n ) n n →∞ n →0 n n 1.6 Deduce sin θ lim = 1 where θ is in radians lim θ 1.

2 To illustrate dy / dx as a rate measure.1.. GENERAL OBJECTIVES. 2.2 List of standard integrals. GENERAL OBJECTIVES.1 Define integration as anti derivative. 3. Implicit functions & Parametric functions 2. 3.6 Solve problem of the type xx .3 Obtain the derivatives of function of a function (Chain Rule).1.3.3.2.3 Find maximum and minimum values of a function.5 Carry out logarithmic Differentiation 2. 2. 3.2.3 State rules of Integration.2 State the condition for maxima and minima of a function. 4. 3.2. 3. x Sin x. SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES.1 Explain integration by substitution method.2. ax . UNIT – 4: INTEGRAL CALCULUS.1 Explain derivative as a rate measure.1.∫ dx 1 x = tan −1 + c 2 a x +a a 2 6Hr. 3.1 To know integration as converse process of differentiation. volume etc.2 Solve problems on substitution method. ∫ dx a −x 2 2 x = sin −1 + c .3.3 Derive 1. 3.1 Explain geometrical meaning dy / dx as a slope of tangent.2. 2.2. SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES.1 Obtain the second derivative of a function.1.2 To understand indefinite integral.3 Solve problems on tangent and normals.4 Solve problems on above types.3 Solve problems on rate measure including variation of area. 4.2.. 4. 3.3 To understand maxima and minima of a function.2. 4. 4.1 Define increasing and decreasing function.1. Inverse Tfunctions.2. 3.2 Solve problems on Successive differentiation. 4. a Applied Mathematics – II Page 6 of 11 .1 To understand dy/dx as slope of a tangent.1. no proof. 4. 4. 14 Hr. 2.3. UNIT -3: APPLICATIONS OF DIFFERENTIATION.2 Find equation of tangent and normal to a curve y = f(x) at a given point.2. 3. 3.2 Obtain velocity and acceleration for a moving body whose equation of motion is given.3.4 Solve the problems on rules of integration. x 1/x etc. 3. 4.1.2.

1 To understand definite integral as a tool to find area under the curve. Applied Mathematics – II Page 7 of 11 .2.5 Write ∫ ax 2 dx .3 Solve the problems of the same type as in indefinite integral using limits of integration. x 1 4.2. 2 Hr.6 Explain the rule integration by parts. 6. 4. 5. SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES. 5.3 Solve problems on above applications. 5. 5.2. volume and r m s value of a function. log x.1.2. 6. SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES. GENERAL OBJECTIVES. 7 . ∫ 2 dx 5. (ax + b) ex.1. po r f o) 1 = l o 2a d x x 2 a x + + c a x − − 1 〉 .1 Explain definite integral as a limit of sum (statement).∫ 5 . x log x etc. x sin2x. π π 1 1 dx .7 Solve problems of the type x sinx.4.4 Write 3. + bx + c ∫ px + q ax 2 + bx + c dx.1. 〉 x ∫ x 2 d x −2 a 6 . 0 n o ∫ − 1 = sc e a x + c a ( 3t o 7 4. d x a 2 2 2 ∫ a ∫ x + x d x 1 = lg o 2a −2 x d x x 2 −2 a = sh i n − 1 x + c a i f a 4 . a∫ b f(x) dx as a definite integral. GENERAL OBJECTIVES.2..2 State theorems on definite integrals. + bx + c ∫ dx ax 2 + bx + c .1. 6. 4. volume of solid of revolution and r m s value of a function. 4 Hr.1.4 Solve problems on above results. x2 Cos x. 6. 4.2 Write the formulae for finding area.2.2. 4.1 To understand the concept of definite integral to eliminate constant of integration. ex sinx.1.1.4 Solve definite integrals of the type ∫02 0 1 + tan x 1 + tan x UNIT – 6: APPLICATIONS OF DEFINITE INTEGRALS. ∫ ax 2 px + q dx .5 Solve problems on above results.1 State.8 Solve problems of the type ∫e (f(x) +f ( x ) )dx UNIT – 5: DEFINITE INTEGRALS.

9 Obtain the solution of D E of the type a problems only.7 Obtain the solution of D E by Reducible to homogeneous form – solve problems 7.2.2 Solve problems on variable separable method. -.1. 7.solve problems. ************************************************* d2y dy +b + cy = 0.2 Define Order and Degree of D E with examples. GENERAL OBJECTIVES.2.2. 7.5 Obtain the solution of D E by Reducible to linear form (Bernoulli’s form) – solve problems.3 Formation of D E by eliminating arbitrary constants. 12 Hr. 7. 7.UNIT – 7: DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS. dx 7. 7. 7.1 Obtain the solution of D E by variable separable method. SPECIFIC OBJECTIVES. 7.2.3 Obtain the solution of D E by Reducible to variable separable method – Solve problems.8 Obtain the solution of Exact D E --.2.2.6 Obtain the solution of D E by Homogeneous form – solve problems.2.2. 7. 7.1 To understand the concept of differential equation.2.4 Obtain the solution of linear D E of the type dy + Py = Q --solve problems. 7.1 Define differential equation with examples.1. 7. 7.1.2 To solve differential equation for unknown functions.Solve simple 2 dx dx BOARD OF TECHNICAL EXAMINATION – KARANATAKA MODEL QUESTION PAPER Code: APPLED MATHEMATICS –II ( FOR ALL COURSES) Applied Mathematics – II Page 8 of 11 .

Evaluate ∫ sin x dx 10 Evaluate ∫ cos ec (1 − 4 x)dx 11. Find 5. 7 questions in section B 5 questions in section C. Evaluate ∫ 0 4 1 dx x 12. Find dy if y = 1 –cos4x dx dy if x2 + y2 = a2 dx dy if x = a sinθ and y = a cosθ dx 6. If s = 4t2 – 4t + 6 then find velocity when t = 2second x x 8. & 4 questions in D ii) Each question carries 2 marks in section A iii) Each question carries 5 marks in remaining section SECTION – A 1. Find 4. Evaluate ∫ 15. Evaluate π 2 ∫ tan 0 2 x dx 14. Show that sin x dx cos 2 x d (a x ) = ax dx log e a Applied Mathematics – II Page 9 of 11 . Evaluate ∫ e tan e dx 2 9.Evaluate lim x →2 sin 2 3 x x → 0 tan 2 4 x x3 − 8 x 4 − 16 3. Evaluate lim 2.Time: 3 Hrs Maximum marks:100 NOTE: i) Answer any 10 questions in section A. Find the slope of a tangent to the curve y = x2+6x – 7 at point ( 1. –2) 7. Evaluate sin x dx ∫ 0 π 2 13.

SECTION – B 1.log x dx x4 7. find the area bounded by the curve y = 4x – x2 – 3 and x-axis. Find dy/dx if x = a(cosθ + θ ) and y = a ( 1 – sinθ ) 8. Evaluate ∫ sin x dx 2. SECTION – C 3 1. SECTION – D Applied Mathematics – II Page 10 of 11 . Evaluate lim x→0 sin θ θ →0 θ 3sin 2 x − 5 x dy x + 1 = e 4 x − tan x dx 3. 9. Evaluate ∫ 2 dx x +1 8. find dy/dx. Find the derivative of tanx w.3 ) 10. 7. Evaluate cos3 x dx ∫ 0 6. If xcoy + ysin(x/y) = k find dy/dx. find dy/dx. Evaluate ∫x ∫x ∫ π 2 2 dx − 6 x + 13 2 sin x dx 2x + 3 dx 8 − 2x − x2 5.12 x2 + 18x + 5. Find the equations of tangent and normal to the curve y2 = 9x at ( 1. Evaluate 3. Prove geometrically lim 2. Evaluate ∫ x.to x form the first principle 4. Evaluate 4. If y = ex ( sinx – cosx ). find dy/dx 3 + 2 cosh x 6. If y = sinx cosx. .r. 5. Find the maximum and minimum value of the fuction 2x3 . If y = 2 + 3sinh x .

( 3y – 7x + 7 ) dx + ( 7y – 3x + 3 ) dy = 0 5. y (1 + x) dx + x (1 + y) dy = 0 3. (y3 – 3x2y ) dx – (x3 – 3xy2 ) dy = 0 4. ( 2x + y + 1 ) dx + ( x + 2y + 1 ) dy = 0 dy x 6. 1. ey + 1 = e dx 0-o-0-o-0-o-0-o-0-o-0-o-0-o-0-o-0-o-0-o-0 Applied Mathematics – II Page 11 of 11 .Solve the following equations.sec2x tany dx + sec2y tanx dy= 0 2.