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# Set No.

## Code No: 220202 1

II B.Tech. II-Semester Supplementary Examinations, November-2003.
MATHEMATICS-III
(Common to Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Mechanical Engineering,
Electronics and Communication Engineering, Electronics and Instrumentation
Engineering, Electronic and Control Engineering, Metallurgy and Material
Technology, Mechatronics, Electronics and Telematics, Aeronautical
Engineering)

## Time: 3 hours Max. Marks: 80

All questions carry equal marks
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1.a) Define Gamma function and evaluate Γ(½).
b) Show that Γ(½)Γ(2n) = 22n-1 Γn Γ(n+½).

2.a) Write down the power series expantion for J n ( x ) and hence show that
2
J 1/ 2 ( x ) = sin x.
πx
d n
b) show that [
dx
]
x J n ( x ) = x n J n −1 ( x ) .

3.a) For w = exp(z2), find u and v and prove that the curves u(x,y) = c1 and
v(x,y) = c2 where c1 and c2 are constants cut orthogonally.
b) Prove that the function f(z) = z is not analytic at any point.
c) Find the general and the principal values of (i) log e (1+ 3 i) (ii) log e(-1).

## 4.a) Evaluate using Cauchy’s integral formula

( z + 1) dz
z2 + 2z + 4
c
where c is | z + 1 + i | = 2.
b) Show that

x dx – y dy
√ ( x2 + y 2 )
C
Is independent of any path of integration which does not pass through the
origin.

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5.a) State and derive Laurent’s series for an analytic function f (z).
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b) Expand 2 in the region (i) 0 < | z – 1 | < 1 (ii) 1 < | z | < 2.
( z − 3 z + 2)

6.a) Determine the poles of the function f(z)=tan z and the residue at each of the
poles.
b) Using residue theorem integrate ∫(4-3z)/ (z2 - z) dz.

## 7.a) Use Rouche’s theorem to show that the equation Z5 + 15 Z +1=0

3 3
has one toot in the disc | Z | < and four roots in the annulus < | Z | < 2.
2 2
b) State and prove fundamental theorem of algebra.

## 8.a) Define conformal mapping?

b) Let f(z) be analytic function of z in a domain D of the z-plane and let f’(z)≠0
in D. Then show that w=f(z) is a conformal mapping at all points of D.

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## Code No: 220202 2

II B.Tech. II-Semester Supplementary Examinations, November-2003.
MATHEMATICS-III
(Common to Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Mechanical Engineering,
Electronics and Communication Engineering, Electronics and Instrumentation
Engineering, Electronic and Control Engineering, Metallurgy and Material
Technology, Mechatronics, Electronics and Telematics, Aeronautical
Engineering)

## Time: 3 hours Max. Marks: 80

All questions carry equal marks
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1.a) Define Beta function and show that β(m,n) = β(n,m).
1
xn 2.4.6....(n − 1)
b) Show that ∫0 1− x2
dx =
13
. .5.... n
where n is an odd integer.

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

3.a) Find all values of z which satisfy (i) ez = 1+i (ii) sinz =2.
b) Prove that the function f(z) = xy + iy is everywhere continuous but not
analytic.
c) Find the values of z for which the function f(z) = cosec z is continuous.

4.a) Evaluate

∫ ez dz
( z-1-i )3
C

where c : | z- 1 | = 3.
b) State and prove Cauchy’s integral theorem.

## 5.a) Find the poles and zeroes of

1
z (e z − 1)
b) Show that when | z + 1 | < 1,

z −2 = 1+ ∑ (n + 1)( z + 1) n
n =1 .
Contd…..2.
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## 6. Evaluate the following integrals over a unit circle C.

1) ∫ (2z+1)2 /(4z3 + z) dz 2) ∫ ez sec∏ z dz.

## 7.a) State and prove Argument Principle.

b) Prove that one root of the equation Z4 + Z3 + 1 = 0

8.a) Prove that the transformation W=1/z transforms circles and straight lines in
the z-plane into circles or straight lines in the w-plane.
b) Find the bilinear transformation which maps the points (–i, o, i) into the point
(–l, i, l) respectively.

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## Code No: 220202 3

II B.Tech. II-Semester Supplementary Examinations, November-2003.
MATHEMATICS-III
(Common to Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Mechanical Engineering,
Electronics and Communication Engineering, Electronics and Instrumentation
Engineering, Electronic and Control Engineering, Metallurgy and Material
Technology, Mechatronics, Electronics and Telematics, Aeronautical
Engineering)

## Time: 3 hours Max. Marks: 80

All questions carry equal marks
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1.a) Show that β(m1n) = Γ( m ) Γ( n ) / Γ( m + n) .
π /2
Γ (1 / 4) Γ (3 / 4)
b) Show that ∫
0
tan θ dθ =
2
.

∫x Pn ( x)dx = 0 if m < n.
m
2.a) Using Rodrigue’s formula prove that
−1

2 2 2
b)

## 3.a) Determine whether the function 2xy + i(x2- y2) is analytic.

b) Find an analytic function whose imaginary part is e-x(x cos y + y sin y).

4.a) Evaluate
z 3 − Sin 3 z dz
∫c π
(z − )3
2
with c : | z| = 2
b) Evaluate

∫ dz
ez ( z - 1 )3
.

c
where c : | z| = 2 , using Cauchy’s Integral Formula

## 5. Find the Laurent series expansion of the function

z2 −1
(i) about z = 0 in the region 2 < | z | < 3
z 2 + 5z + 6
z 2 − 6z −1
(ii) in the region 3 < | z + 2 | < 5.
( z − 1)( z − 3)( z + 2)
Contd…..2.
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## 6. Evaluate the following integrals 1) ∫ 2z2 + 3 / z(z+1)(z+2) where

C:│z│ = 1.6 (2 ∫ dz/ z2 (z+2) where C: │z-1│ = 2.

7.a) Show that the polynomial Z5 + Z3 + 2 Z + 3 has just one zero in the first
b) Show that the equation Z4 + 4( 1+i) Z + 1 = 0 has one root in each quadrant.

8.a) Show that the transformation w=z+1/z maps the circle |z| =c into the ellipse
u=(c+1/c) cos θ, v =(c-1/c)sinθ. Also discuss the case when c=1 in detail.
b) Find the bilinear transformation which maps the points( l, -i, -l) into the point
(i, o, -i).

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## Code No: 220202 4

II B.Tech. II-Semester Supplementary Examinations, November-2003.
MATHEMATICS-III
(Common to Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Mechanical Engineering,
Electronics and Communication Engineering, Electronics and Instrumentation
Engineering, Electronic and Control Engineering, Metallurgy and Material
Technology, Mechatronics, Electronics and Telematics, Aeronautical
Engineering)

## Time: 3 hours Max. Marks: 80

All questions carry equal marks
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1
xn . ....(n − 1) π
1.35
1.a) Show that ∫0 1− x 2
dx =
2.4.6.... n 2
where n is an even integer.
π /2
Γ (1 / 4) Γ (3 / 4)
b) Prove that ∫
0
cot θ dθ =
2
.

## 2a) Express J5/2(x) in finite form.

2 3
Show that x = P3 ( x) + P1 ( x).
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b)
5 5

## 3.a) Find the following limits

lim z lim
(i) (ii) (3x + iy 2 )
z → ∞ 2 − iz z → 2i
y
b) If u=x2-y2, v= − then show that both u and v are harmonic, but
x + y2
2

4. Evaluate

∫ log z
( z - 1)3
dz .

## where c : | z - 1| = ( ½ ) , using Cauchy’s Integral Formula.

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## 5.a) Determine the poles of the function

z +1 1 − e2z
(i) (ii)
z 2 ( z − 2) z4
1
b) Expand f ( z ) = in the region (i) |z|<1 (ii) 1<|z|<2 (iii) |z|>2.
( z − 1)( z − 2)

## 6. Evaluate the following integrals over a unit circle

1) ∫ (2z +1) /(z+1)3 (z-1) dz c: |z-1| =2.5 wise sense).
Π

## 7.a) State and prove Argument Principle.

b) Prove that one root of the equation Z4 + Z3 + 1 = 0