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12F-DTN-M-NUIA MATHEMATICS Paper—I

Time Allowed : Three Hours

Maximum Marks : 300

INSTRUCTIONS Each question is printed both in Hindi and in English. Answers must be written in the medium specified in the Admission Certificate issued to you, which must be stated clearly on the cover of the answer-book in the space provided for the purpose. No marks will be given for the answers written in a medium other than that specified in the Admission Certificate. Candidates should attempt Question Nos. I and 5, which are compulsory, and any three of the remaining questions selecting at least one question from each Section. The number of marks carried by each question is indicated at the end of the question. Assume suitable data if considered necessary and indicate the same clearly. Symbols/ notations carry their usual meanings, unless otherwise indicated. Important Note : Whenever a question is being attempted, all its parts/sub-parts must be attempted contiguously. This means that before moving on to the next question to be attempted, candidates must finish attempting all parts/ sub-parts of the previous question attempted. This is to be strictly followed. Pages left blank in the answer-book are to be clearly struck out in ink. Any answers that follow pages left blank may not be given credit. arrq : ar act

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0 , otherwise Check the continuity and differentiability of f at (0, 0). (b) Let p and q be positive real numbers 1 1 such that - + - = 1. Show that for real P numbers a, b 0 at' bq ab < — + — P (c) Prove or statement : disprove the following 12 12

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If B = (b1, b2, b3, b4, b5 } is a basis for 525 and V is a two-dimensional subspace of R5 , then V has a basis made of just two members of B. (d) Let T: 1123 IR3 be the linear trans-

formation defined by T(cc, I, y) = (cc + 213 - 3y, 2a +513-4y, a +4(3+ y) Find a basis and the dimension of the image of 7' and the kernel of T. 12

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12 (ii) If is a characteristic root of a non-singular matrix A. (0. Let W be the set consisting of all matrices with zero determinant. 2). 8 (ii) Find the dimension and a basis for the space W of all solutions of the following homogeneous system using matrix notation : 12 x1 +2x2 +3x3 -2x4 +4x5 =0 2x1 +4x2 +8x3 +x4 +9x5 =0 3x1 +6x2 +13x3 +4x4 +14x5 =0 Consider the linear mapping f : I12 2 -) 1R 2 by f tx. if b + c = -2. (2. 12 2. (a) (1) Let V be the vector space of all 2 x 2 matrices over the field of real numbers.(e) Prove that two of the straight lines represented by the equation x 3 + bx2 y + cxy2 +y3 =0 will be at right angles. 2x-5y) Find the matrix A relative to the basis {(1. (3x+4y. then 11 prove that — is a characteristic 8 root of Adj A. 0). Is W a subspace of V ? Justify your answer. F-DTN-M-NUIA/ 15 4 . 3)}. 1)} and the matrix B relative to the basis ((1.

*t TrrF t V 8 PiHRiRdd HHVId fiTh -P4 arfz W axc. fay tir rr 4 1.41 aifiTFIeuTT F-DTN-M-NUIA/15 5 t Adj A T I III 8 [ P. 0). 1)) 34-r&30 B (ii) fa ?c oeirsto-iung 3-117 A 31-NuRTrui-F e t.O. y) = (3x +4y.W 7F:1 TITTRIT 1:1F P'41 al-F&O A7 0 chit 347I aci{ tl Flt WRTERT TZ cici.R 11 71 d 4 311TTR {(1.10 WINT f :R2 . 2x -5y) 5.R2 tft . q f-144( 31T&O 1:47q Via.ciPich titseiraA 9 4-q tr{ Aifi 2 x2 all&kt r2r TAU wilt t I AR #11. 34M17 old 4rtr : - 12 x1 +2x2 +3x3 -2x4 +4x5 =0 2x1 +4x2 +8x3 +x4 +9x5 =0 3x1 +6x2 +13x3 +4x4 +14x5 = 0 (13) (i) f (x. tr 7I A Pift 5(1. () A thf.g v qR. 12 gCb+c=-2t1 2.T.ft. a. 2). 3)} 1711*:tra . (0. (2. Altsga aii A 12 3-TTVII )(1.rff-4 c=re--A7 It ei-ntor x3 +bx2y+cxy2 +y 3 = 0 slu fRecd ate i-urail A A (14-ich)uil ER tril.

20 3. compute the cc value of this limit and justify your answer. 20 6 F-DTN-M-NUIA/ 15 . (a) Compute the volume of the solid enclosed between the surfaces x2 +y2 =9 and x 2 +z2 =9. y) = x3 +y3 .(c) Let (1 i 2 2 -i 1+ i 2 + i` 1. (a) Find the points of local extrema and saddle points of the function f of two variables defined by f (x.63(x + y) + 12xy (b) Define a sequence s„ of real numbers by — 20 i =1 n E (log(n +ni)-i log n) 2 + Does lim sn exist? If so. 20 Find all the real values of p and q so that the integral T X P (log )13 dx o converges. Find a nonsingular matrix P such that D = PT H P is diagonal.i 2 H= be a Hermitian matrix. 20 4.

2 4.111 <41-11 I TErr trreurm n iim sn fir 31 n 1 Wf T4-kW-R TR O ca t? ifa tHr %.Ach 44Hfl Th'r xP (log + c)q W 7.T.4 a qft. T tilmr A c14. () f (x. y)= x3 + y3 —63(x + y) + 12xy f P-utrzr tik % trforrrtm 4 ti&-wirt f T31 13341 4 WU 20 (15) sn i (log(n + i)— log n) n +i S„ i 2 6. 20 i trftRt 3U-4 4711 VET sR7 trft7i p Wft q Pitt aR. () '71 X2 +y2 =9 344 X 2 +Z2 d *d7 tifcc d111 3uzr.O.n+iuflil 341e P 3-11W t I la' 20 1 D = PT HP faTcrIf t I + 3. A 20 dx 31RYWuT a.-7 =9 20 [ P. F—DTN—M—NUIA/ 15 .TrR i 2+i 2 1— i H= 2 — i 1+ i 2 1 Wf) vcr °=1c-'.

Prove that the circle ABC lies on the cone yz( b + c) + zx ( c + a) + xy(a + b) 1 c b) 1a c ) b a) 0 20 (c) Show that the locus of a point from which the three mutually perpendicular tangent lines can be drawn to the paraboloid x2 + y2 +2z = 0 is 2 2 X + y + 4z =1 20 Section—B 5. y(0) = -L y'(0) =1 12 (c) F-DTN-M-NUIA/ 15 8 .xyeklY ) 2 )2 12 dx y2 (1+ ek/Y12 )+2x 2 e(x /Y (b) Find the orthogonal trajectories of the family of curves x2 + y2 = ax. 12 Using Laplace transforms. (a) Solve dy _ 2. B.(b) A variable plane is parallel to the plane x y z -+-+-=0 a b c and meets the axes in A. solve the initial value problem y" +2y' + y = e . C respectively.

y(0) = 1.O. 00)=1 Qcfl F-DTN-M-NUIA/ 15 9 12 [ P. B. 12 surnTT HI ash-TO x2 + y2 = ax tfiR1 MP R1FEITall air y" +2y' + y = e-t . C 14 340 1?1 fA9- td ABC. .)=0 b a c) b a TR Prd t 1 trida77 01 T ) 411s -FT kch x2 +y2 +2z = 0 i A17 1:111:7 MW VA 71-1771T4 4M1 i%.T. 2 y2 (1 + e(x/Y)2 ) + 2x2 e(x/Y)2 u 4 5149). TT fq3794 x 2 +y 2 +4z=1 20 tI 20 isiug-17 5.0) 1.c b + ZX yz c a — + --) + Xy [2 +.ich 97 k-144c1c4 377 1-14(4 r 4 X y z b c a t I -rfr 41 9J-11-4{ t 3717 Shi-Pf: A. () 6ci tINR : dy _ dx 12 2xy . *T bc` ..

(d) A particle moves with an acceleration a4 — 11 X +x3 towards the origin. — 2 12 (e) If A. the solution of the equation. 12 6.62 ± i) dy _ 0 is not exact. x 2 yd -2xz 3+ x2217 B = 2zi + y.. Find an integrating factor and hence.y" = 12x 2 + 6x.(2x -1)y' +2y = x2 (2x -3) 20 F-DTN-M-NUIA/ 15 10 . 20 (b) Find the general solution of the equation y. 0. 20 (c) Solve the ordinary differential equation x(x -1)y" . -2). (a) Show that the differential equation (2xylog y) cbc + (x 2 + y 2 . If it starts from rest at a distance a from the origin. find its velocity when its distance from the origin is a.) .x 2-) k a2 find the value of axay (A x S) at (1.

(2x -1)y' + 2y = x 2 (2x -3) Fr irtNR I 11 20 F-DTN-M-NUIA/ 15 P. f3/4r1rITTPan 3714340 a14 -4T*A. -2) c (A x B) ax ay 117 1tici 1 12 *r*i 6.-1 . 0. .O.11c( ThrNg 37I1 e 7rI1u1 20 31dRa (-14-11*tul *1 6c.f4414b(Iff y"' -y"=i2x2 +6x wr 94144. z7r]u4 tru34 2 tr -Ri A 12 2 3-) 2 A = x yzi -2xz j + xz k •-• B=2zi +yj-x`k a2 (1.T. -r 20 I 0 (1 1411-1731313/4*F (4414ntu1 x(x .1111 (2xy log y) eh( + (x 2 + y2 il ± y2 dy 0 11104 IjuiT . (T) -T411 -57f@F 313/4*@ f1 114.1)y" .3/4 1419 4 3T1TI 4 34)1 *kat t I qC 3/4g .

it will descend a M ma 2 distance before coming to rest. slides on a smooth vertical rod and is attached to a light string which passes over a small pulley distant a from the rod and has a mass M (> m) fastened to its other end. a whatever be the weight of the particle. Prove that b if . z = 2 t 3 3 Show that the curvature and torsion are equal for this curve. F-DTN-M-NUIA/ 15 12 20 . Compute them for the space curve x = t. Show that if the ring be dropped from a point in the rod in the same horizontal plane as the pulley. y = t 2 . Prove that the ratio of the maximum span to the length of the chain is p. the equilibrium is stable. (a) Derive the Frenet-Serret formulae. and rests with the curved surface in contact with a rough sphere of radius b at the highest point. log 141+p2 (c) where p is the coefficient of friction. Ai 2 _ m 2 (b) 20 A heavy hemispherical shell of radius a has a particle attached to a point on the rim. 20 The end links of a uniform chain slide along a fixed rough horizontal rod.> f -1. Define the curvature and torsion for a space curve. (a) A heavy ring of mass m.7. 20 8.

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xyk. evaluate JJ(V x ) where S is the surface of the sphere x 2 + y2 +z2 = a 2 above the xy-plane. 20 F-DTN-M-NUIA/ 15 14 .(b) Verify Green's theorem in the plane for fc((xy + y2 ) dx + x 2 dy) where C is the closed curve of the region bounded by y = x and y = x 2 . 20 (c) If F = y i + (x .2 xz) j .

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Symbols and notations carry usual meaning. which must be stated clearly on the cover of the answer-book in the space provided for the purpose. Important : Whenever a Question is being attempted. 1 and 5 which are compulsory and any three of the remaining questions selecting at least one question from each Section. No marks will be given for the answers written in a medium other than that specified in the Admission Certificate. Assume suitable data if considered necessary and indicate the same clearly.: gflsvl t1 erc1 timn Tig 9-47-3v *PIS ga- . All questions carry equal marks. candidates must finish attempting all parts/sub-pans of the previous Question atteMpted. Answers must be written in the medium specified in the Admission Certificate issued to you.CS(M) EXAM2012 SI. Any answers that follow pages left blank may not be given credit. The graph sheet is to be carefully detached from the question paper and securely fastened to the answer-book. Candidates should attempt Question Nos. This is to be strictly followed. Pages left blank in the answer-book are to be clearly struck out in ink. iszn9. This means that before moving on to the next Question to be attempted. No. Paper H Time Allowed : Three Hours F-DTN-M-NUIB MATHEMATICS Maximum Marks : 300 INSTRUCTIONS Each question is printed both in Hindi and in English. A graph sheet is attached to this question paper for use by the candidate. all its parts/sub-parts must be attempted contiguously. unless otherwise indicated.

(a) How many elements of order 2 are there in the group of order 16 generated by a and b such that the order of a is 8. if x > 1 n x 1 Show that f„ (x) converges to a continuous function but not uniformly.. z— 0 is not analytic at the origin though it satisfies Cauchy-Riemann equations at the origin. 12 (b) Let 0. the order of b is 2 and -i 1 bab = a . 12 (c) Show that the function defined by 3 y5 (x + iy) f (z) = {x x6 + y10 Z *° 0.Section 'A' 1. 1 sin—.) .(x). if — n +1 0. 12 F-DTN-M-NUIB 2 (Contd. if x < 1 n +1 f.

12 Z #0 fa'A 4ch 9* trirgrrEff EFF94%14 Wf .1. iffr.r t I -d 12 k F-DTN-M-NUIB 3 (Contd.chttilici (Ti) Tfri. fn (x) = rift x < 1 n +1 . z= 0 31firiTiCa" rdT t.ft aft4P. x 1 n +1 0.1ttet 1:R40-414111 4-141chtui11 wli7 ThK. 2*311Tba/. sin. x >—.1 =iii erl 12 0. CO a aft b WRTwftie a1r 16 k fig A' ctre 2%ffm1-4)A tat. T46-47 k fn(x) tioo TERff I tft9 t. ke). 1 za. 1 .7 4 x3 y5 (x + iy x6 4' y 10 f(z) = 0. — LE X tS.) .

0). Determine graphically how many hours a day he should study mathematics and physics each. if (x.' I 1 . 15 + )1)2 . 15 4 (Contd. (a) How many conjugacy classes does the permutation group S5 of permutations 5 numbers have ? Write down one element in each class (preferably in terms of cycles).(d) For each hour per day that Ashok studies mathematics. Show that — and — exist at (0. 12 2. y) is not continuous at (0. He can study at most 14 hours a day and he must get at least 40 marks in each. 0) though f(x. it yields him 10 marks and for each hour that he studies physics. f Y) # (0. 0). in order to maximize his marks ? 12 (e) Show that the series i g n n6 is conver— „=1( g +1 gent.) . it yields him 5 marks.3z where c is the circle I z I = 2. y) = x 2 + y. 0) (b) Let f(x. y) = (0. (c) Use Cauchy integral formula to evaluate 15 af af ax ay fc (z +1)4 F-DTN-M-NUIB .

d-c 614o 151. (W) 5 *MA: T 5h4ti4 q H-14 k19 S5 i 4 fitinn. Y)* (0.* 4 1.11<cil 12 'a I (T) T4T1-47 l*ft 1( tz=1 n5 31fitflTel I 12 +I 2..< 1 4 dz. t t1UU 5 t 1 349: tt 9-6r 10 .o)tmarr ax ay it 15 . Ert:r .) .74 31.* raw tritd d 5 are? it 9-ftr t1a1 t i a-6 9-F fqff 367 4 ( atrEw 14 E* 3TETRF T.eF 7 f* 31. 0) CR I q. a7161“?9** . ftx. ka4 3TiWItTTat (=IA *M-7.3Thz179.047*MR 15 (4. 9cht0 311T 3041 k7 4 -TE Wil" 40 31-W 711:1 cht•1I 311."4/17 t I VFW 4: -r Wm. o). tidd 71t (0. itio3 'R1. v (x Y): grq x2+ 2 (x.-OcrIz1=2t I 3z 15 F-DTN-M-NUIB 5 (Contd. o) I .31d afr 474 ErE4 qtrafr 31}-AER . trft (x.R7 ‘Itich vir ft k alum. 0111 N. 11: Tgfa-R9.IW7W Tro. clvk (r) Raft* 31N9. y). f(x.11. tz+0 Ents“th4TFA9C77.71 n 4) c (w) 4r9.141. (0.

15 (b) Let f(x) be differentiable on [0.) . by the method of Lagrange's multipliers. 1] such that f(l) = f(0) = 0 and I f 2 (x) dx = 1. Prove that 0 x f (x)f s(x) dx = 15 1 (c) Expand the function f(z)— • in (z +1)(z +3) Laurent series valid for (i) 1<lzi<3 (ii) izi>3 (iii) 0<lz+11<2 (iv) Izi<1 15 (d) Evaluate by contour integration do /= 0 I— 2acos0 + a' j F-DTN-M-NUIB 6 2ir . 2 15 (Contd. a principal ideal ? Justify your answer. (a) Is the ideal generated by 2 and X in the polynomial ring z [X] of polynomials in a single variable X with coefficients in the ring of integersz. <1. 15 3.(d) Find the minimum distance of the line given by the planes 3x +4y + 5z =7 and x — z= 9 from the origin.

-1 #1177 I 3.dtioi norpi t 15 z1.l.fir yru. (W) Tea Z*aciti ilultel a" 7W tr X tittelg* 'S Ora qmq z [x] 4 2 3fR X qi . vilkl 4# 4 TriK I 15 (4) cw tiflichwf * fli irviari 4)177 2n /.azrr ikEzr Irma*sln1 U ? 3194 o a-dT*tra449-eja.(w) TM* 3x+4y+5z=7311Kx-z=9*TRT4W W. 4-frgi 15 (w) 4r9. nivi4t*tivica f.) . . (z +1)(z + 3) 15 (i) 1<lz1<3 IzI>3 (iii) 0<lz+11<2 (iv) Izl<1 * f AV.Rintfrg 0 fxf(x)1(x)dx = 0 (r) treq (z) = 1 V.5 de 2 0 1 -2acos0+ a2 a <1 7 15 F-DTN-M-NUIB (Contd.1TT ftcr ijurwra. f(1)=f(0)=031t( ff2(x)dx=1. m f ft f(x) 3rwg-fizr [o.

D2 and D3 are given by 45. 20 (c) By the method of Vogel. 20 (b) Give an example of a function f(x). where the matrix 10 0 15 5- 1C0[ 7 0 3 6 15 11 9 13 The to al requirements of destinations D1. 35.4.) . 95 respectively and the availability of the products P1. 55 and 70. P3 and P4 are respectively 25. (a) Solve the partial differential equation (D —2E1)(D — D12 z = ex" • 12 Use Newton-Raphson method to find the real root of the equation 3x = cos x + 1 correct to four decimal places. The cost of sending product Pi to destinations Di is C. P2. (a) Describe the maximal ideals in the ring of Gaussian integers z [i] = {a + bi I a. determine an initial basic feasible solution for the following transportation problem : Products P l. 12 F-DTN-M-NUIB 8 (Contd. that is not Riemann integrable but I A. b E Z }. 20 Section 'IV 5. P3 and P4 have to be sent to destinations DI. P2.01 is Riemann integrable. 45. D2 and D3. Justify.

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4 0. 20 (c) Solve the following system of simultaneous equations. 12 (e) A rigid sphere of radius a is placed in a stream of fluid whose velocity in the undisturbed state is V.(c) Provide a computer algorithm to solve an y ordinary differential equation CI-dx y) in the interval [a.1 0. 20 (b) A string of length I is fixed at its ends.9604 20 (Contd. (a) Find dx at x = 0. t) of the vibrating string.9975 0. using Gauss-Seidel iterative method : 3x + 20y — z = —18 20x + y — 2z = 17 2x — 3y + 20z = 25.2 0. 12 6.) F-DTN-M-NUIB 10 .1 from the following data : x: y: 0. 12 (d) Obtain the equations governing the motion of a spherical pendulum. Find the deflection y(x. using Euler's method. 20 dy 7.9776 0. b] for n number of discrete points. The string from the mid-point is pulled up to a height k and then released from rest. Determine the velocity of the fluid at any point of the disturbed stream. where the initial value is y(a) = a. (a) Solve the partial differential equation px + qy = 3z.9900 03 0.

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