Code No: RR210101
Set No. 1
II B.Tech I Semester Supplementary Examinations, March 2006
MATHEMATICSII ( Common to Civil Engineering, Electrical & Electronic Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Electronics & Communication Engineering, Computer Science & Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Electronics & Instrumentation Engineering, BioMedical Engineering, Information Technology, Electronics & Control Engineering, Mechatronics, Computer Science & Systems Engineering, Electronics & Telematics, Metallurgy & Material Technology, Electronics & Computer Engineering, Production Engineering, Aeronautical Engineering, Instrumentation & Control Engineering and Automobile Engineering)
Time: 3 hours
Max Marks: 80
Answer any FIVE Questions All Questions carry equal marks ⋆ ⋆ ⋆ ⋆ ⋆
(a)
1. Find the inverse of the matrix by elementary row transformations.
(b)
3
−3
−2 −4 −4
3
1
1
1
Find whether the following equations are consistent, if so solve them.
x + 2 y − z = 3
3 x − y + 2 z = 1
2 x − 2 y + 3 z = 2
x − y + z = −1 .
2. Diagonalize the matrix A =
1
1
−4 4 3
1
0
1
2
and hence ﬁnd A ^{4} .
[8]
[8]
[16]
3. Reduce the quadratic form 8x ^{2} + 7 y ^{2} + 3 z ^{2} − 12 xy + 4 yz − 8 yz ﬁnd the rank, index,
signature and nature.
[16]
[8]
[8]
[5]
[5]
4. Expand f(x) = e ^{−} ^{x} as a Fourier series in (1, 1).
(a)
(b)
(a)
Expand x sin x as sine series in 0 < x < π .
5. Form the partial diﬀerential equation by eliminating the arbitrary function from φ ^{} _{x} , x ^{2} + y ^{2} + z ^{2} ^{} = 0.
y
(b)
(c)
Solve the partial diﬀerential equation ^{x} ^{2} + ^{y} ^{2} = z
p
q
Solve the partial diﬀerential equation x( y ^{2} + z ) p − y ( x ^{2} + z ) q = z ( x ^{2} − y ^{2} ).[6]
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6. A bar 10cm long with insulated surfaces , has its ends A and B kept at 40 ^{0} C and 80 ^{0} C , respectively until steady state conditions prevail. Then both the ends are suddenly insulated and kept so. Find the subsequent tempera ture function u ( x ,
t).
7. Solve ^{δ}^{u}
δ ^{2} u
δt ^{=} δt ^{2}
for x > 0 , t > 0, given that using Fourier transforms.
(a) u (0, t) = 0 for t > 0
(b) u (x, 0) =
1 for 0 < x < 1
0
for x ≥ 1
(c)
u (x, t) is bounded.
and
8. (a) Prove that Z (a ^{n} f(t)) = F (z/a)
(b) 
Find 

i. 
Z ( −2) ^{n} 

ii. Z ( na ^{n} ) 

(c) 
Find the inverse Z  transform of 
z
(z − 1) (z − 2)
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[16]
[16]
[5]
[5]
^{[}^{6}^{]}
Code No: RR210101
Set No. 2
II B.Tech I Semester Supplementary Examinations, March 2006
MATHEMATICSII ( Common to Civil Engineering, Electrical & Electronic Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Electronics & Communication Engineering, Computer Science & Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Electronics & Instrumentation Engineering, BioMedical Engineering, Information Technology, Electronics & Control Engineering, Mechatronics, Computer Science & Systems Engineering, Electronics & Telematics, Metallurgy & Material Technology, Electronics & Computer Engineering, Production Engineering, Aeronautical Engineering, Instrumentation & Control Engineering and Automobile Engineering)
Time: 3 hours
Max Marks: 80
Answer any FIVE Questions All Questions carry equal marks ⋆ ⋆ ⋆ ⋆ ⋆
(a)
1. Find the rank of the matrix by reducing it to the normal form.
1
2
10 3
1 b
6
4
3
6
9
4 12
8
−1
7
15
[8]
(b)
Find whether the following set of equations are consistent if so, solve them.[8]
2 x − y + 3 z − 9 = 0
x + y + z = 6
x − y + z − 2 = 0
2. Show that the matrix A = 1 2 3 Satisﬁes its characteristic equation. Hence
1 −2
0 −1
2
2
Find A ^{−} ^{1}
[16]
3. Show that A =
(a)
^{a} ^{+} ^{i}^{c} b + id
^{−} a − ^{b} ^{+} ic ^{i}^{d} is unitary matrix if a ^{2} + b ^{2} + c ^{2} + d ^{2} = 1.
(b)
Find the eigen values of ^{4} 1 + 3 i
^{1} ^{−} ^{3} ^{i} .
7
4. Expand f (x) = xsinx, 0 < x < 2 π
as a Fourier series.
[8]
[8]
[16]
(a) 5. Form the partial diﬀerential equations by eliminating the arbitrary function 

z = f(sin x + cos y). 
[5] 

(b) 
Solve the partial diﬀerential equation zpq = p+q. 
[6] 
(c) 
Solve the partial diﬀerential equation (xy) (pxqy) = (pq). 
[5] 
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6. Solve the boundary value problem u _{t}_{t} = a ^{2} u _{x}_{x} ; 0 < x < L; t > 0; with u(0,t) = 0 = u(L,t) ; and u(x,0) = x(Lx) ; u _{t} ( x, 0) = 0.
7. Solve ^{∂}^{u} = 2
^{∂} ^{2} ^{u} , 0 < x < 4 , t > 0 using Fourier Transforms
∂x ^{2}
∂t
given u (0, t) = 0, u(4, t) = 0,
u(x, 0) = 3sinπx − 2 sin5 πx.
8. Find the Z  Transform of C ^{k} cosαk, k ≥ 0 (a) 

(b) 
Using Z  transforms, solve the diﬀerence equation: y _{n} _{+}_{2} + y _{n} = 2 given that y _{0} = y _{1} = 0 
[16]
[16]
[6]
[10]
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Code No: RR210101
Set No. 3
II B.Tech I Semester Supplementary Examinations, March 2006
MATHEMATICSII ( Common to Civil Engineering, Electrical & Electronic Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Electronics & Communication Engineering, Computer Science & Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Electronics & Instrumentation Engineering, BioMedical Engineering, Information Technology, Electronics & Control Engineering, Mechatronics, Computer Science & Systems Engineering, Electronics & Telematics, Metallurgy & Material Technology, Electronics & Computer Engineering, Production Engineering, Aeronautical Engineering, Instrumentation & Control Engineering and Automobile Engineering)
Time: 3 hours
Max Marks: 80
Answer any FIVE Questions All Questions carry equal marks ⋆ ⋆ ⋆ ⋆ ⋆
1. Find the values of λ for which the equations.
( λ − 1)x + (3 λ + 1)y + 2 λz = 0
[16]
( λ − 1)x + (4 λ − 2)y + (λ + 3)z = 0
2 x + (3 λ + 1)y + 3(λ − 1)z = 0
will have a nontrivial solution and solve them for each value of λ .
2. If A and B are n rowed square matices and if A is invertible show that A ^{−} ^{1} B
[6]
Find the eigen values and the corresponding eigen vectors of the matrix. [10]
and BA ^{−} ^{1} have the same eigen values.
(a)
(b)
−2
−1 −2
2
1
2
−3
−6
0
3. By Lagrange’s reduction transform the quadratic form X ^{T} A X to sum of
(a)
squares
1
form for A = 2
4
2
6
− 2
4
−
18
2 _{} .
[8]
(b)
Reduce the matrix 9x ^{2} + 2 y ^{2} + 2 z ^{2} + 6 xy + 2 yz − 2 zx to a canonical form and
ﬁnd the rank, index and the signature.
[8]
4. Express f (x) =  x , −π < x < π as Fourier series. Hence show that
(a)
1
2 +
1
2 + 2 +
3
5
7
^{2}
1
1
1
= ^{π} ^{2}
8
^{π}
3
π
3
, for 0 ≤ x <
(b) f (x) =
0 , for ^{π} ≤ x < ^{2}^{π} show that
3
3
−
π
3
for ^{2}^{π} ≤ x < π
3
f (x) =
_{3} ^{} cosx − ^{c}^{o}^{s}^{5}^{x}
2
√
5
_{+} cos7x
7
^{−}
[8]
[8]
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5. 
(a) 
Form the partial diﬀerential equations by eliminating the arbitrary functions 

Z = y ^{2} + 2 f (1 /x + logy ) 
[5] 

(b) 
Solve the partial diﬀerential equation (x ^{2} − y ^{2} − z ^{2} ) p + 2 xyq = 2 xz . 
[6] 

(c) 
Solve the partial diﬀerential equation z ^{2} ( p ^{2} x ^{2} + q ^{2} ) = 1. 
[5] 
6. Solve δ ^{2} u/δx ^{2} + δ ^{2} u/δy ^{2} = 0. Subject to the boundary conditions u(0,y) = u(L,y)
= u(x,0)=0 and u ( x, 0) = sinΠx/L.
(a)
7. State and prove Fourier Integral Theorem.
(b)
Find the Fourier transform of f ( x) = ^{e} ^{i}^{k}^{x}
0
8. (a) Find
Z ^{[} ^{a} ^{} ^{n}^{} ^{]}
^{a} ^{<} ^{x} ^{<} ^{b} x < a and x _{>} _{b}
[16]
[8]
[8]
[8]
(b)
Solve the diﬀerence equation, using Z  transforms 4u _{n} − u _{n} _{+}_{2} = 0 given that
[8]
u _{o} = 0 , u _{1} = 2.
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Set No. 4
II B.Tech I Semester Supplementary Examinations, March 2006
MATHEMATICSII ( Common to Civil Engineering, Electrical & Electronic Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Electronics & Communication Engineering, Computer Science & Engineering, Chemical Engineering, Electronics & Instrumentation Engineering, BioMedical Engineering, Information Technology, Electronics & Control Engineering, Mechatronics, Computer Science & Systems Engineering, Electronics & Telematics, Metallurgy & Material Technology, Electronics & Computer Engineering, Production Engineering, Aeronautical Engineering, Instrumentation & Control Engineering and Automobile Engineering)
Time: 3 hours
Max Marks: 80
Answer any FIVE Questions All Questions carry equal marks ⋆ ⋆ ⋆ ⋆ ⋆
(a)
1. For what value of K the matrix
4
1
k
9
4 −3
1 −1
2
9
2
k
1
0
2
3
_{} has rank 3.
[8]
(b)
Find whether the following set of equations are consistent if so, solve them.[8]
x
x
_{1}
_{1}
+ x _{2} 
+ x _{3} 
+ x _{4} 
= 0 
+ x _{2} 
+ x _{3} − x _{4} = 4 
x _{1} + x _{2} − x _{3} + x _{4} = −4
x _{1} − x _{2} + x _{3} + x _{4} = 2 .
(a)
2. If λ is an eigen value of a non singular matrix A, show that
(b)
I
i. _{λ} is an eigen value of A ^{−} ^{1} and hence deduce that
ii. ^{}^{A} ^{} is an eigen value of the matrix adj A.
λ
Find the eigen values and the corresponding eigen vectors of the matrix
10
−2 −3 −4
5
3
3
5
7
[4]
[2]
3. By Lagrange’s reduction transform the quadratic form X ^{T} A X to sum of
(a)
squares
1
form for A = 2
4
2
6
− 2
4
−
18
2 _{} .
[8]
(b)
Reduce the matrix 9x ^{2} + 2 y ^{2} + 2 z ^{2} + 6 xy + 2 yz − 2 zx to a canonical form and
ﬁnd the rank, index and the signature.
[8]
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4. Expand f(x) = cos ax as a Fourier series in (−π, π ) where a is not an integer.
[8]
(a)
Hence prove that cotθ = ^{1} _{θ} +
θ ^{2} − π ^{2} ^{+} θ ^{2} − _{4}_{π} ^{2} ^{+}
2θ
2θ
(b) If f(x) = x,
0 < x < ^{π}
2
= π − x, ^{π} _{2} < x < π
Show that f(x)= _{π} ^{} sin x − ^{1} _{2} sin 3 x + _{2} sin 5 x −
4
3
1
5
[8]
5. Form the partial diﬀerential equation by eliminating the arbitrary function
[5]
[5]
[6]
6. A homogeneous rod of conducting material of length 100cm has its ends kept at zero temperature and the temperature initially is u ( x, 0) = x; 0 ≤ x ≤ 50
(a)
from z = f ^{} ^{x}^{y} ^{} .
z
(b) Solve the partial diﬀerential equation p ^{2} x + q ^{2} y = z
(c) Solve the partial diﬀerential equation (1 + y) p + (1 + x) q = z.
= 100 − x;
50 ≤ x ≤ 100.
Find the temperature u(x,0) at any t.
7. Find the ﬁnite Fourier cosine transform of f(x) = x ^{2} in (0, l).
(a)
(b)
Find the Fourier sine transform of ^{e} ^{−} ^{a}^{x} ( a > 0) and deduce that
x
∞
0
_{e} − ax _{−} _{e} − bx
x
b
sin sx dx = tan ^{−} ^{1} ( ) − tan ^{−} ^{1} ( ^{a} )
s
s
8. Find Z ^{} n ^{2} 3 ^{n} + 2 . ^{4} ^{n} ^{}
(a)
n
[16]
[6]
[10]
[8]
(b)
Solve the diﬀerence equation, using Ztransforms u _{n} _{+}_{2} − u _{n} = 2 ^{n} where u _{0} =
0 ,
[8]
u _{1} = 1 .
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