Eighth Semester B.E. Degree Examination, Dec.08/Jan.

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Second Semester B.E. Degree Examination
Engineering Mathematics - II
Time: 3 hrs. Max. Marks:100
Note:1. Answer any FIVE full questions, choosing
at least two from each part.
2. Answer all objectives type questions only in first and
second writing pages.
3. Answer to the objective type questions should not be repeated.

Part A
1 a.


















b.

c.

d.
Select correct answer in each of the following:
i) The curvature at any point on the curve
3
x y= is,
A)
( )
2
3
4
x 9 1
x 2
+
B)
( )
2
3
4
x 9 1
x 6
+
C)
( )
2
3
4
x 9 1
x 5
+
D) None of these.
ii) The radius of curvature of a curve in the pedal form is,
A)
2
2
2
dp
r d
r B)
dp
dr
r C)
dp
dr
p D)
dp
dr
r
2

iii) The value of ‘C’ of the Cauchy’s mean value theorem for
x
e ) x ( f = and
x
e ) x ( g

= in
[4, 5] is,
A)
2
5
B)
2
3
C)
2
9
D)
2
1

iv) Maclaurin’s series expansion of
x
e is,
A) .....
! 3
x
! 2
x
x 1
3 2
+ + + + B) .....
! 5
x
! 3
x
x
5 3
+ − C) .....
! 5
x
! 3
x
x
5 3
+ + + D) .....
! 4
x
! 2
x
1
4 2
+ −
(04 Marks)
Find the radius of curvature of the curve 2 y x
4 4
= + at the point (1, 1). (04 Marks)
State and prove Cauchy’s mean value theorem. (06 Marks)
Expand
x sin
e using Maclaurin’s series upto the term containing
4
x . (06 Marks)

2 a.














b.

c.

d.
Select correct answer in each of the following:
i) =

→ x
b a
Lt
x x
0 x

A) ab log B)
b
a
log C) b log a D) Does not exist
ii) The set of necessary conditions for f(x, y) to have a maximum or minimum is,
A) 0
y
f
, 0
x
f
=


=


B) 0
x y
f
2
=
∂ ∂

C) 0
x
f
2
2
=


D) None of these
iii) The rectangular solid of maximum volume that can be inscribed in a sphere is,
A) a cube B) a triangle C) a rectangle D) None of these
iv) In a plane triangle ABC the maximum value of cosAcosBcosC is,
A)
8
3
B)
8
1
C)
8
5
D)
8
25
(04 Marks)
Evaluate x tan log x Lt
0 x→
. (04 Marks)
Expand cosxcosy in powers of x and y upto fourth degree terms. (06 Marks)
Find the extreme values of xy subject to the condition
2 2 2
a y xy x = + + . (06 Marks)

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b.

c.


d.
Select correct answer in each of the following:
i) =
∫∫
4
1
5
3
2
ydydx x
A) 58 B) 168 C) 100 D) 125
ii)
∫∫∫
=
a
0
b
0
c
0
2 2 2
dz dxdy z y x

A)
27
c b a
3 3 3
B)
3
abc
C)
27
c b a
2 2 2
D)
27
bc a
2 2

iii) The value of β(2, 1)+β(1, 2) is,
A) 2 B) 1 C) 3 D) 4
iv) The value of ( )
2
1
is,
A) π B) π C)
2
π
D)
2
π
(04 Marks)
Find the area between the parabolas ax 4 y
2
= and ay 4 x
2
= . (04 Marks)
Evaluate
( )
∫ ∫ ∫
− − −
+ + +
1
0
x 1
0
y x 1
0
3
z y x 1
dzdydx
. (06 Marks)
Express


+
0
4
x 1
dx
in terms of Beta function and hence evaluate. (06 Marks)
4 a.





















b.



c.


d.
Select correct answer in each of the following:
i) If

F is the force acting upon a particle moves from one end of a curve C to the other
end then the total work done by

F is,
A)

×


dr F B)




dr F C)


dr D) None of these
ii) The line integral of xyj i x F
2
+ =

from O(0, 0) to P(1, 1) along the straight path is,
A)
3
1
B)
3
5
C)
3
2
D)
3
4

iii) If M, N,
x
N


,
y
M


are continuous functions, C is a simple closed curve enclosing the
region R in the xy plane then Green’s theorem states that,
A) dxdy
R
y
M
x
N
C
Ndy Mdx ∫ ∫





= ∫ +
|
|
¹
|

\
|
B) dxdy
R
y
M
x
N
C
Ndy Mdx ∫ ∫


+


= ∫ +
|
|
¹
|

\
|

C) dxdy
R
x
N
y
M
C
Ndy Mdx ∫ ∫





= ∫ +
|
|
¹
|

\
|
D) dxdy
R
y
N
x
M
C
Ndy Mdx ∫ ∫





= ∫ −
|
|
¹
|

\
|

iv) The cylindrical coordinate system is,
A) Not orthogonal B)Orthogonal C)Coplanar D) Non-coplanar (04 Marks)
Find the total work done by the force represented by xzk 2 yj xyi 3 F + − =

in a moving particle
round the circle 4 y x
2 2
= + . (04 Marks)
Verify Stokes theorem for the vector field, zk y j yz i ) y x 2 ( F
2 2
− − − =

over the upper half
surface of 1 z y x
2 2 2
= + + bounded by its projection on the xy-plane. (06 Marks)
Express the vector yk xj 2 zi F + − =

in cylindrical coordinates. (06 Marks)
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Part B
5 a.













b.


c.

d.
Select the correct answer in each of the following :
i) The solution of the different equation (D
2
– a
2
)y = 0 is
A) C
1
e
ax
+ C
2
e
-ax
B) (C
1
+ C
2
x)e
ax
C) (C
1
+ C
2
x
2
)e
ax
D) (C
1
x+C
2
x
2
)e
ax
.

ii) P.I. of the differential equation (D
2
+ 5D + 6)y = ex is
A) e
x
B)
12
e
x
C) 12e
x
D)
6
e
x

iii) C.F. of y″ - 2y′ + y = x e
x
sin x is
A) C
1
e
x
+ C
2
e
-x
B) (C
1
+ C
2
x) e
x
C) C
1
+ C
2
e
x
D) None of these
iv) P.I. of y″ - 3y′ + 2y = 4 is
A) 2 B)
2
1
C)
4
1
D)
2
3
(04 Marks)
Solve
x 2
2
2
3
3
e y 6
dx
dy
11
dx
y d
6
dx
y d
= + + + . (04 Marks)
Solve the equation x sin e y 5
dx
dy
2
dx
y d
x 2
2
2
= + − . (06 Marks)
Using the method of undetermined coefficient solve the equation,
x 2
2
2
e 3 x 2 y 4
dx
dy
2
dx
y d

+ = + + . (06 Marks)

6 a.
















b.

c.

d.
Select the correct answer in each of the following :
i) The Wronskian of cos x and sin x is
A) 0 B) 1 C) 2 D) 4
ii) To transform x log y
dx
dy
x
dx
y d
x
2
2
2
= + − into a linear differential equation with
constant coefficients put x =
A) e
t
B) Log x C) e
x
D) t
iii) The solution of the differential equation y″ + y = 0, satisfying the conditions y(0) = 1
and y
|
¹
|

\
| π
2
=2 is
A) Cos x + 2 sin x B) 2Cos x + Sin x C) Cos x – Sin x D) None of these
iv) C
1
Cos ax + C
2
Sin ax -
a 2
x
Cos ax is the general solution of
A) (D
2
+ a
2
)y = Sin ax C) (D
2
+ a
2
)y = Cos ax
B) (D
2
– a
2
)y = Sin ax D) (D + a)y = Sin x. (04 Marks)
Solve x log y
dx
dy
x
dx
y d
x
2
2
2
= + − . (04 Marks)
Solve y″-2y′+y=e
x
log x by using method of variation of parameters. (06 Marks)
Solve 0 y 5
dx
dy
4
dx
y d
2
2
= + + , given that y = 2 and
2
2
dx
y d
dx
dy
= when x = 0. (06 Marks)








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b.
c.




d.
Select the correct answer in each of the following :
i) Laplace transform of f(t) : t ≥ 0 is defined as
A)



0
st
dt ) t ( f e B)


1
0
st
dt ) t ( f e C)



1
st
dt ) t ( f e D)


0
st
dt ) t ( f e
ii) Laplace transform of sin at is
A)
2 2
a S
1
+
B)
2 2
a S
a
+
C)
2 2
a S
S
+
D)
2 2
a S
1


iii) Laplace transform of e
3t
sint is
A)
10 S S
1
2
+ +
B)
10 S 6 S
1
2
+ −
C)
10 S 4 S
1
2
+ +
D)
10 S 6 S
S
2
+ −

iv) Laplace transform of ) t ( f ′ =
A) s f(s) – f(0) B) s f′ (s) – f(0) C) f(s) – f(0) D) s f′ (s) – f(0).
(04 Marks)
Find the Laplace transform of e
2t
Cos
2
t. (04 Marks)
Find the Laplace transform of the periodic function of period 4 defined by,
f(t) =
¹
´
¦
< <
< <
4 t 2 for 6
2 t 0 for t 3
(06 Marks)
Express the function f(t) =
¹
´
¦
π >
π < < − π
t for Sin
t 0 for t
t

in terms of unit step function and find its Laplace transform. (06 Marks)

8 a.

















b.


c.



d.

Select the correct answer in each of the following :
i) Inverse Laplace transform of
2 2
b ) a s (
a s
+ −

is
A) e
t
cos bt B) e
at
Cos bt C) e
-at
Cos bt D) e
at
Sin bt.
ii) Inverse Laplace transform of
3
2
s
4 s 3 s + −
is
A) 1 – 3t + 2t
2
B) 10 – 3t + 2t
2
C) 4 – 3t + 4t
2
D) 5 – 6t + 2t
2
.
iii)
)
`
¹
¹
´
¦

n
1
s
1
L is possible only when n is
A) negative integer B) positive integer C) zero D) Real number.
iv)
)
`
¹
¹
´
¦
+

5
1
) 3 s (
1
L =
A)
24
t e
4 t 3 −
B)
24
t e
4 t 5
C)
24
t e
4 t 2
D)
24
t e
3 t 3 −
(04 Marks)
Find the inverse Laplace transform of
2 s
2
s
2 s 3
− −
+
. (04 Marks)
Using the convolution theorem obtain the inverse Laplace transform of
)
2
b
2
s )(
2
a
2
s (
2
s
+ +
.
(06 Marks)
Solve the differential equation
t
2
2
e y 4
dt
dy
4
dt
y d

= + + with y(0) = 0 = ) 0 ( y′ , using Laplace
transform method. (06 Marks)
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