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TAS -301jMA-301 MA-301(O) jTCF-304

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**B.Tech. THIRD SEMESTEREXAMINATION, 2005-2006 MATHEMATICS-III
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Time: 3 Hours Note:

Total Marks: 100

(i) Attempt ALL questions. . (ii) All questions carry equal marks. (iii) In case 01 numerical problems assume data wherever not provided. (iv) Be precise in your answer.

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**Attempt any four parts of the foHowing :
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(a) Define an analytic function.

(4x5=20)

Let Re 1 (z) be

**constant for an analytic function 1 (z), then show that 1 (z) is constant.
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(b) " '-:/ Construct the analytic function 1 (z) whose real

(c)

**part is u (x, y) = e-x (x sin y-y cos y). Evaluate the following integral ,
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2+i

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**f1+i (2X+ly+l)dz along the two paths
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(i) x = t+1, y=2P+1

(ii)

The straight line joining 1- i and 2 + i. 1 [Turn Over

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No. (ii) State and prove the Parseval identity for the Fourier transform.i. Find the region of convergence. ~ 1 ' (ii) Note .2. Cauchy theorem by integrating eiz along the boundary of the triangle with the vertices at the points 1 + i.a. Attempt any two parts of the following: (a) Using complex variable tec~~ue .b (c) (i) r'CJJ cosax d x2+1 x. d6.Following Q. -1 + i and -1. 2. T AS-3Ot / MA-3Ot MA-301(O) / TCF-304 2 .3 z+2 in Laurent's series valid in the region 1< Iz I<2 Define a conformal mapping.::O. Expand {(z) = z2 . (lOx2=20) evaluate the ~ sm . 2 u £I "' ' real integral (b) 1 . Find the first three terms of the Taylor's series 1 expansion of I(z) = z2 + 4 about z = .i. (lOx2=20) Attempt any two parts of the following: (a) Define the Fourier transform. (i) State and prove the modulation theorem for the Fourier transform.3 to 5 are for New Syllabus only (TAS-301/MA-301) 3.6 method Evaluate by using contour integration .-(d) (e) (f) State and prove the Cauchy's Integral Formula. 5+4 cos3. Prove that an analytic function ((z) ceases to be conformal at the points zo' where f' (zo) = O.11' . State and verify.

Attempt any two parts of the following: (a) Using complex variable tec~9. Find the region of convergence.i.3 to 5 are for New Syllabus only (TAS-301/MA-301) . (ii) State and prove the Parseval identity for the Fourier transform.e ' de. Prove that an analytic function f(z) ceases to be conformal at the points zo' where f' (zo) = O.# 3. S~ateand verify.Following Q.a~O. 2 T AS-301 / MA-301 MA-301(O) / TCF-304 .b fl 5+4 cos3. -1 + i and -1.b r'X) cos method x2+1 ax d x. No. (i) State and prove the modulation theorem for the Fourier transform. in Laurent's series valid in the region 1< Iz I<2 Define a conformal mapping. (lOx2=20) Attempt any two parts of the following: (a) Define the Fourier transform.i. 2. (lOx2=20) evaluate the ~ (b) Evaluate by using contour integration . Note . Find the first three terms of the Taylor's series 1 expansion of I(z) = z 2 + 4 about z = . Cauchy theorem by integrating elZalong the boundary of the triangle with the vertices at the points 1 + i. (c) (i) (ii) Expand f(z) = z2 .3 z+2 1.(d) (e) (f) State and prove the Cauchy's Integral Formula.ue 1T' sin 2 e ' real integral .

The ages of the husbands and wives are given in the following table age of husband age of wife x y 23 18 27 22 28 23 29 24 30 25 (d) calculate the coefficient of correlation between x and y from the above table. 7 7 8 1 '-' (b) Find the moment generating function of the exponential distribution. and assuming that 100 investigators each take 10 individuals to see whether they are consumers. ' Define the lines of regression and coefficient of correlation. Y1=1. Yo=O. C>0. f (x) = !e-x/c. Assuming the half the population are consumers of chocolate so that the chance of an indiwidual being a consumer is !.(b) Define the Z-transform of a sequence {A }n = 0 Yk+2= ~ Yk+l-iYk +3k. how many investigators would you expect to report that three people or less were consumers? "-' (e) T AS-301 / MA-301 MA-301(O) / TCF-304 3 . (c) O:5x :500. Attempt any four parts of the following: (a) Calculate the variance and third central moment from the following data: Xl 0 1 1 9 ~J} l. Find the mean and variance of Poisson's Distribution. '. (4x5=20) 4.il L_?J_~ 26T59T72T52T29 .

~2 and comment upon the skewness and kurtois of the distribution. ~ T AS-301 / MA-301 MA-301(O) / TCF-304 4 [Turn Over .409 and 454.294. 31% of the items are under 45 and 8% are over 64. Attempt any two parts of the following: (10x2=20) (a) Define the skewness and kurtosis of a distribution. Find the mean and standard deviation of the distribution. The corresponding values of x and yare given below: x : 87 84 79 64 47 37 Y : 292 283 270 235 197 181 Fit a parabola of the form y = ax2 + bx + c.144.5 of a distribtltion are 0.J e -2x dx 0 = 0..4) = 0. establish the differential equation of the beam and hence find its maximum deflection. 7.FollowingQ. Also find the value of y for x = 80 correct up to third place of decimal.:. 5. ~ (b) (c) Also evaluate ~1. Note .19 and f (1.98 calculate the mol11e~ts about the mean.42. The first four moments about the working mean 28.. Solve the biquadratic equation by Ferrari's method x4 . 3-5 arefor old Syllabus (MA-301(O» 3. Attempt any two parts of the following: '(10x2=20) (a) A cantilever beam of length I and weighing IV kg per unit length is subjected to a horizontal compressive force p applied at the free end.8x3 -12x2 + 60x + 63 = 0 .(f) In a normal distribution. Taking the origin at the free end and y-axis upwards.5) = . It is given 1 t 1 2 that if f(t) then f (0.21T r.No.42 .

1L+xy=O dx (c) Using z-transform. t > 0 I.x=:=~ O.(b) Solve the following differential equation in series about x = 0 d2 x2+ dx2 d -. Prove thatJ/+2Jl+2J22 + =2 1-t2 Prove that 00 2-To(x)+2ITn(x)tn 1-2tx+t n-l Where To(x) and Tn(x) are chebyshev Polynomials. I (b) (c) Where m and n are positive integers and m<n. Find the Fourier sine and cosine transform of f(x) Find H-1 {{(pH where {(p) = -. x ~ 1 u (x.. when x = 0. 0 <x < 1 at= ax~ au a2u (ii) (ii) u= { 0. n is non-negative integer. e-ap (d) (e) ((p) is the p Hankel transform of f(x) and n = O. t) is bounded when t=O T AS-301 / MA-301 MA-301(O) / TCF-304 5 [Turn Over . solve the following difference equationYn+2 + 4Yn+l + 3Yn = 3n'YO=0'Yl=1 4. (f) Use Fourier transform to solve (i) u = 0. Attempt any four parts of the following: (4x5=20) (a) Using Rodrigue formula for Legender function prove that £1 xm Pn (x) d. = xn-l (.

.. 0) :~O and . Attempt any two parts of the following: (a) Solve the partial differential equation (D2 . TAS-301 / MA-301 MA-301(O) / TCF-304 6 ... ".a ) =SID-X f.5. on the string at a distance of x from one end at time t.DDl(b) (lOx2=20) 2D12 + 2D + 2Dl)z = e2x+3y + sin(2x + y) of variable method to solve the Use separation equation a2 u -+ ax2 a2 u -= ay2 0 Subject to the boundary conditions u (0.. n'TT u (x. Motion is started by displacing the string in the formy=h(f x+x2) from which it is released at time t = O. (c) A string is stretched and fastened to two points f apart. -000- . Find the displacement of any point . y)=u (x.. y)=u (£.

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