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SUBJECT NAME : Engineering Mathematics  II
SUBJECT CODE : MA2161
MATERIAL NAME : University Questions
MATERIAL CODE : JM08AM1004
Name of the Student: Branch:
Unit – I (Ordinary Differential Equation)
 Type – I to VI
1. Solve the equation
( )
2 2
4 cos 2 D y x x + = . (M/J 2009),(N/D 2011)
2. Solve the equation
( ) ( )
2
3 2 2cos 2 3 2
x
D D y x e ÷ + = + + . (N/D 2009)
3. Solve
( )
2 3
16 cos D y x + = . (N/D 2010)
4. Solve :
( )
2 2
3 2 sin D D y x x + + = + . (M/J 2011)
5. Solve the equation
( )
2
5 4 sin2
x
D D y e x
÷
+ + = . (A/M 2011),(ND 2012)
6. Solve the equation
( )
2
4 3 sin
x
D D y e x
÷
+ + = . (M/J 2010)
7. Solve:
( )
2
4 3 cos 2
x
D D y e x ÷ + = . (M/J 2012)
8. Solve
( )
2 2
4 3 6 sin sin2
x
D D y e x x
÷
+ + = . (N/D 2011)
 Method of Variation of Parameters
1. Solve
( )
2 2
tan D a y ax + = by the method of variation of parameters. (M/J 2009)
2. Solve,
2
2
2
tan
d y
a y ax
dx
+ = by method of variation of parameters. (M/J 2011)
3. Apply method of variation of parameters to solve
( )
2
4 cot 2 D y x + = .
(N/D 2009),(N/D 2011)
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4. Solve
( )
2 2
sec D a y ax + = using the method of variation of parameters.(M/J 2012)
5. Solve
2
2
cos
d y
y ecx
dx
+ = by the method of variation of parameters.
(A/M 2011),(ND 2012)
6. Solve
( )
2
1 sin D y x x + = by the method of variation of parameters. (M/J 2010)
7. Using variation of parameters, solve
( )
2
2 3 25
x
D D y e
÷
÷ ÷ = . (N/D 2011)
 Cauchy and Legendre Equations
1. Solve the equation
( ) ( )
2 2
3 5 cos log x D xD y x x + + = . (M/J 2009)
2. Solve
( ) ( )
2 2 2
3 4 cos log x D xD y x x ÷ + = . (N/D 2010)
3. Solve
( ) ( )
2 2 2
4 sin log x D xD y x x ÷ + = . (M/J 2012),(N/D 2009)
4. Solve
( )
2 2 2
2 4 2log x D xD y x x ÷ ÷ = + . (M/J 2010)
5. Solve the equation
2
2 2
1 12log d y dy x
dx x dx x
+ = . (N/D 2012)
6. Solve
2
2 2
2
3 4 ln
d y dy
x x y x x
dx dx
÷ + = . (N/D 2011)
7. Solve
 
2
2
2
(1 ) (1 ) 2sin log(1 )
d y dy
x x y x
dx dx
+ + + + = + . (A/M 2011)
8. Solve:
 
d y dy
x x y x
dx dx
+ + + + = +
2
2
2
(1 ) (1 ) 4cos log(1 ) . (N/D 2011)
 Simultaneous Differential Equations
1. Solve sin , cos
dx dy
y t x t
dt dt
+ = + = given 2 x= and 0 y= at 0 t = . (M/J 2009)
2. Solve 2 sin2 ,
dx
y t
dt
+ = 2 cos 2
dy
x t
dt
÷ = . (M/J 2012),(N/D 2009)
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3. Solve 2 sin ,
dx
y t
dt
+ = ÷ 2 cos
dy
x t
dt
÷ = given 1 x = , 0 y= at 0 t = . (N/D 2010)
4. Solve
dx
y t
dt
÷ = and
2
dy
x t
dt
+ = . (A/M 2011)
5. Solve
dx
y t
dt
÷ = and
2
dy
x t
dt
+ = given x y = = (0) (0) 2 . (N/D 2011)
6. Solve
t
dx
y e
dt
+ = ,
dy
x t
dt
÷ = . (N/D 2012)
7. Solve
2
2 3 2 ,
t
dx
x y e
dt
+ + = 3 2 0.
dy
x y
dt
+ + = (M/J 2010)
8. Solve 2 3
dx
x y t
dt
+ ÷ = and
2
3 2
t
dy
x y e
dt
÷ + = . (N/D 2011)
9. Solve for xfrom the equations
2 2
3
t
D x y e + = ,
2
3
t
Dx Dy e ÷ = . (M/J 2011)
Unit – II (Vector Calculus)
 Simple problems on vector calculus
1. Find the directional derivative of
2
2xy z  = + at the point ( ) 1, 1, 3 ÷ in the direction of
2 2 i j k + + . (M/J 2009)
2. Prove that
( ) ( ) ( )
3 2 2
6 3 3 F xy z i x z j xz y k = + + ÷ + ÷ is irrotational vector and
find the scalar potential such that F ¢ = V . (M/J 2010)
3. Show that
( ) ( ) ( )
2 2 2
2 2 2 2 F y xz i xy z j x z y z k = + + ÷ + ÷ + is irrotational and
hence find its scalar potential. (M/J 2012)
4. Show that
( ) ( ) ( )
2 2 2
2 2 2 F xy z i x yz j y zx k = ÷ + + + ÷ is irrotational and
find its scalar potential. (N/D 2012)
5. Find the angle between the normals to the surface
3 2
4 xy z = at the
points ( ) 1, 1, 2 ÷ ÷ and ( ) 4,1, 1 ÷ . (M/J 2009)
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6. Find the angle between the normals to the surface
2
xy z = at the points ( ) 1, 4, 2 and
( ) 3, 3, 3 ÷ ÷ . (A/M 2011)
7. Find the work done in moving a particle in the force field given by
2
3 (2 ) F x i xz y j zk = + ÷ + along the straight line from ( ) 0, 0, 0 to ( ) 2,1, 3 .
(M/J 2012)
8. If r is the position vector of the point ( ) , , x y z , Prove that
2 2
( 1)
n n
r n n r
÷
V = + .
(N/D 2010)
9. Determine ( ) f r , where r xi yj zk = + + , if ( ) f r r is solenoidal and irrotational.
(N/D 2011)
10. If F is a vector point function, prove that
( ) ( )
1 1 2
curl curlF F F
÷ ÷
= V V ÷V .
(N/D 2011)(AUT)
11. Prove that ( ) ( ) ( ) curl div div u v v u u v u v v u × = · V ÷ · V + ÷ . (N/D 2009)
12. Evaluate
( ) ( )
2 2 2
C
x xy dx x y dy + + +
}
where C is the square bounded by the
lines 0, 1, 0 and 1 x x y y = = = = . (N/D 2009),(N/D 2011)
13. Evaluate
s
F n ds
}}
where
2
2 F xyi yz j xzk = + + and S is the surface of the
parallelepiped bounded by 0, 0, 0, 2, 1 x y z x y = = = = = and 3 z= . (M/J 2011)
 Green’s Theorem
1. Verify Green’s theorem in a plane for
( ) ( )
2 2
3 8 4 6
C
x y dx y xy dy
(
÷ + ÷
¸ ¸
}
, Where C is
the boundary of the region defined by the lines 0, 0 x y = = and 1 x y + = .
(N/D 2010) ,(A/M 2011),(M/J 2011), (M/J 2012)
2. Verify Green’s theorem for
( ) ( )
2 2
3 8 4 6
C
x y dx y xy dy ÷ + ÷
}
where C is the boundary
of the region defined by
2 2
, x y y x = = . (M/J 2010)
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3. Verify Green’s theorem for
( )
2 2
2 V x y i xyj = + ÷ taken around the rectangle
bounded by the lines , 0 x a y = ± = and y b = . (N/D 2012)
 Stoke’s Theorem
1. Verify Stoke’s theorem for 2 F xyi yzj zxk = ÷ ÷ where S is the open surface of the
rectangular parallelepiped formed by the planes 0, 1, 0, 2 x x y y = = = = and 3 z=
above the XY plane. (M/J 2009)
2. Verify Stoke’s thorem for the vector ( ) F y z i yzj xzk = ÷ + ÷ , where S is the surface
bounded by the planes 0, 0, 0, 1, 1, 1 x y z x y z = = = = = = and C is the square
boundary on the xoyplane. (N/D 2011)
3. Verify Stoke’s theorem when
( ) ( )
2 2 2
2 F xy x i x y j = ÷ ÷ ÷ and C is the boundary of
the region enclosed by the parabolas
2
y x = and
2
x y = . (N/D 2009)
4. Evaluate ( ) sin cos sin
C
zdx xdy ydz ÷ +
}
by using Stoke’s theorem, where C is the
boundary of the rectangle defined by 0 , 0 1, 3 x y z t s s s s = . (N/D 2009)
5. Using Stokes theorem, evaluate
C
F dr
}
, where
2 2
( ) F y i x j x z k = + ÷ + and ‘C’ is
the boundary of the triangle with vertices at ( ) ( ) ( ) 0, 0, 0 , 1, 0, 0 , 1,1, 0 .(M/J 2012)
6. Using Stoke’s theorem prove that curl grand 0  = . (M/J 2011)
 Gauss Divergence Theorem
1. Verify Gauss divergence theorem for
2 2 2
F x i y j z k = + + where S is the surface of
the cuboid formed by the planes 0, , 0, , 0 x x a y y b z = = = = = and z c = .(M/J 2009)
2. Verify Gauss Divergence theorem for
2
4 F xzi y j yzk = ÷ + over the cube bounded
by 0, 1, 0, 1, 0, 1 x x y y z z = = = = = = . (N/D 2010),(A/M 2011),(N/D 2012)
3. Verify Gauss – divergence theorem for the vector function
( )
3 2
2 2 f x yz i x yj k = ÷ ÷ + over the cube bounded by 0, 0, 0 x y z = = = and
, , x a y a z a = = = . (M/J 2010),(N/D 2011)
4. Verify Gauss’s theorem for
( ) ( ) ( )
2 2 2
F x yz i y zx j z xy k = ÷ + ÷ + ÷ over the
rectangular parallelepiped formed by 0 1, 0 1 x y s s s s and 0 1 z s s .
(N/D 2011)(AUT)
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Unit – III (Analytic Function)
 Harmonic Function & Analytic Function
1. Verify that the families of curves
1
u c = and
2
v c = cut orthogonally, when
3
u iv z + = .
(N/D 2009)
2. Prove that cos
y
u e x
÷
= and sin
x
v e y
÷
= satisfy Laplace equations, but that u iv + is
not an analytic function of z. (M/J 2011)
3. When the function ( ) f z u iv = + is analytic, prove that the curves constant u= and
constant v= are orthogonal. (N/D 2009)
4. Show that the families of curves sec
n
r a nu = and cos
n
r b ecnu = cut orthogonally.
(M/J 2011)
5. Show that
( )
2 2
1
log
2
u x y = + is harmonic. Determine its analytic function. Find also
its conjugate. (A/M 2011)
6. Prove that
2 2
u x y = ÷ and
2 2
y
v
x y
÷
=
+
are harmonic but u iv + is not regular.
(N/D 2010)
7. Prove that every analytic function w u iv = + can be expressed as a function zalone,
not as a function of z . (M/J 2010),(M/J 2012)
8. Find the analytic function ( ) f z P iQ = + , if
sin2
cosh2 cos 2
x
P Q
y x
÷ =
÷
.(M/J 2009)
9. Determine the analytic function whose real part is
sin2
cosh2 cos 2
x
y x ÷
. (N/D 2012)
10. If ( ) w f z = is analytic, prove that
dw w w
i
dz x y
c c
= = ÷
c c
. (A/M 2011)
11. Find the analytic function u iv + , if ( ) ( )
2 2
4 u x y x xy y = ÷ + + . Also find the
conjugate harmonic functionv. (N/D 2009)
12. Find the analytic function w u iv = + when ( )
y
v e y x x x
÷
= +
2
cos 2 sin2 and find u.
(N/D 2011)
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13. Prove that ( cos sin )
x
u e x y y y = ÷ is harmonic and hence find the analytic function
( ) f z u iv = + . (N/D 2010)
14. If ( ) f z is a regular function of z, prove that
2 2
2 2
2 2
( ) 4 ( ) f z f z
x y
  c c
' + =

c c
\ .
.
(M/J 2009), (A/M 2011)
15. If ( ) f z is an analytic function of z, prove that
2 2
2 2
log ( ) 0 f z
x y
  c c
+ =

c c
\ .
. (M/J 2012)
16. If ( ) f z is analytic function of z in any domain, prove that
2 2
2 2
2
2 2
( ) ( ) ( )
p p
f z p f z f z
x y
÷
  c c
' + =

c c
\ .
. (N/D 2011)(AUT)
 Conformal Mapping
1. Find the image of the half plane x c > , when 0 c> under the transformation
1
w
z
= .
Show the regions graphically. (M/J 2009),(N/D 2012)
2. Find the image of the circle 1 1 z÷ = in the complex plane under the mapping
1
w
z
= .
(N/D 2009)
3. Find the image of the hyperbola
2 2
1 x y ÷ = under the transformation
1
w
z
= .
(M/J 2010),(M/J 2012),(N/D 2012)
4. Find the image of 2 z = under the mapping (1) 3 2 w z i = + + (2) 3 w z = .
(A/M 2011)
5. Prove that the transformation
1
z
w
z
=
÷
maps the upper half of z plane on to the
upper half of w plane. What is the image of 1 z = under this transformation?
(M/J 2010),(N/D 2012)
6. Show that the map w
z
=
1
maps the totality of circles and straight lines as circles or
straight lines. (N/D 2011)
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7. Prove that the transformation w
z
=
1
maps the family of circles and straight lines into
the family of circles or straight lines. (N/D 2011)
8. Show that the transformation
1
w
z
= transforms, in general, circles and straight lines
into circles and straight lines that are transformed into straight lines and circles
respectively. (N/D 2011)(AUT)
 Bilinear Transformation
1. Find the bilinear transformation which maps the points 0, , 1 z i = ÷ ÷ into w – plane
,1, 0 w i = respectively. (M/J 2009)
2. Find the bilinear transformation which maps the points 0,1, z= ·into
,1, w i i = ÷ respectively. (M/J 2010),(M/J 2012)
3. Find the bilinear transformation that maps the points , , 0 z i = · onto 0, , w i = ·
respectively. (N/D 2012)
4. Find the bilinear transformation which maps the points 1, , 1 z i = ÷ into the points
, 0, w i i = ÷ . Hence find the image of 1 z < . (M/J 2011)
5. Find the bilinear transformation that transforms 1, i and 1 ÷ of the z – plane onto
0, 1 and · of the w – plane. Also show that the transformation maps interior of
the unit circle of the z – plane on to upper half of the w – plane. (N/D 2010)
6. Find the Bilinear transformation that maps the points1 , , 2 i i i + ÷ ÷ of the z plane
into the points 0,1, i of the w plane. (N/D 2011)
Unit – IV (Complex Integration)
 C.I.F and C.R.T
1. Evaluate
( ) ( )
2
1 2
c
zdz
z z ÷ ÷
}
where cis the circle
1
2
2
z÷ = using Cauchy’s integral
formula. (M/J 2009),(N/D 2009),(M/J 2012)
2. Evaluate
( )
2
2
( 1)
2 4 C
z
dz
z z
+
+ +
}
where C is 1 2 z i + + = using Cauchy’s integral formula.
(A/M 2011)
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3. Evaluate
2
4
2 5
c
z
dz
z z
+
+ +
}
, where C is the circle 1 2 z i + + = , using Cauchy’s integral
formula. (N/D 2010),(N/D 2011),(N/D 2012)
4. Using Cauchy’s integral formula evaluate
2
1
c
z
dz
z +
}
, whereC is the circle 1 z i + = .
(M/J 2011)
5. Using Cauchy’s integral formula, evaluate
4 3
( 1)( 2)
C
z
dz
z z z
÷
÷ ÷
}
, Where ‘ C ’ is the
circle
3
2
z = . (M/J 2010)
6. Evaluate using Cauchy’s residue theorem,
C
z z
dz
z z
t t +
÷ ÷
}
2 2
sin cos
( 1)( 2)
, where C: z = 3 .
(N/D 2011)
7. Evaluate
2
1
( 1) ( 2)
C
z
dz
z z
÷
+ ÷
}
, where C is the circle 2 z i ÷ = using Cauchy’s
residue theorem.
 Contour Integral of Types – I ,II &III
1. Evaluate
2
0
2 cos
d
t
u
u +
}
using contour integration.
(N/D 2009), (M/J 2010), (N/D 2009) ,(A/M 2011)
2. Evaluate ( )
2
0
0
cos
d
a b
a b
t
u
u
> >
+
}
, using contour integration. (N/D 2011)
3. Evaluate
2 2
0
sin
, 0
cos
d a b
a b
t
u
u
u
> >
+
}
. (N/D 2012)
4. Evaluate ( )
2
2
0
, 0 1
1 2 sin
d
x
x x
t
u
u
< <
÷ +
}
. (M/J 2009)
5. Evaluate, by contour integration,
2
2
0
1 2 sin
d
a a
t
u
u ÷ +
}
, 0 1 a < < . (M/J 2011)
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6. Evaluate
2
4 2
2
10 9
x x
dx
x x
·
÷·
÷ +
+ +
}
using contour integration. (M/J 2010),(A/M 2011)
7. Evaluate
( ) ( )
2
2 2 2 2
x dx
x a x b
·
÷·
+ +
}
, using contour integration, where 0 a b > > .
(M/J 2009)
8. Evaluate
( ) ( )
2 2
1 4
dx
x x
·
÷·
+ +
}
using contour integration. (N/D 2010)
9. Evaluate using contour integration
( )
x
dx
x
·
÷· +
}
2
2
2
1
. (N/D 2011)
10. Evaluate
( )
3
2 2
0
dx
x a
·
+
}
, 0 a> using contour integration. (N/D 2009)
11. Evaluate
2 2
0
cos mx
dx
x a
·
+
}
, using contour integration. (M/J 2012)
12. Evaluate
( ) ( )
2 2 2 2
cos x dx
x a x b
·
÷·
+ +
}
using contour integration, where 0 a b > > .
(N/D 2011)
 Taylor’s and Laurent’s Series
1. Expand
2
1
( )
( 2)( 3)
z
f z
z z
÷
=
+ +
as a Laurent’s series in the region 2 3 z < < .
(A/M 2011),(M/J 2011),(N/D 2011)
2. Find the Laurent’s series of
÷
=
+ +
2
2
1
( )
5 6
z
f z
z z
valid in < < 2 3 z .(M/J 2009)
3. Evaluate
( ) ( )
1
( )
1 3
f z
z z
=
+ +
in Laurent series valid for the regions 3 z > and
1 3 z < < . (N/D 2009),(M/J 2012)
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4. Find the Laurants’s series expansion of
( )
1
( )
1
f z
z z
=
÷
valid in the regions
1 1, 1 1 2 z z + < < + < and 1 2 z+ > . (N/D 2011)
5. Find the Laurent’s series of
7 2
( )
( 1)( 2)
z
f z
z z z
÷
=
+ +
in 1 1 3 z < + < . (M/J 2010)
6. Find the residues of
( ) ( )
2
2 2
( )
1 2
z
f z
z z
=
÷ +
at its isolated singularities using
Laurent’s series expansions. Also state the valid region. (N/D 2010),(N/D 2012)
Unit – V (Laplace Transform)
 Laplace Transform of Periodic Function
1. Find the Laplace transform of
, for 0
( )
2 , for 2
t t a
f t
a t a t a
< < ¦
=
´
÷ < <
¹
, ( 2 ) ( ) f t a f t + = .
(M/J 2009),(N/D 2009),(A/M 2011)
2. Find the Laplace transform of the following triangular wave function given by
, 0
( )
2 , 2
t t
f t
t t
t
t t t
s s ¦
=
´
÷ s s
¹
and ( 2 ) ( ) f t f t t + = . (M/J 2010),(M/J 2012)
3. Find the Laplace transform of
, 0 1
( )
0, 1 2
t t
f t
t
< < ¦
=
´
< <
¹
and ( 2) ( ) f t f t + = for 0 t > .
(N/D 2011)(AUT)
4. Find the Laplace transform of square wave function defined by
1, in 0
( )
1, in 2
t a
f t
a t a
< < ¦
=
´
÷ < <
¹
with period 2a. (N/D 2009)
5. Find the Laplace transform of
( ) , 0
, 2
f t t a
a t a
=e s s
= ÷e s s
and ( 2 ) ( ) f t a f t + = for all t . (N/D 2010)
6. Find the Laplace transform of a square wave function given by
a
E t
f t
a
E t a
¦
s s
¦
¦
=
´
¦
÷ s s
¦
¹
for 0
2
( )
for
2
, and f t a f t + = ( ) ( ) . (N/D 2011)
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7. Find the Laplace transform of the Half wave rectifier
sin , 0 /
( )
0, / 2 /
t t
f t
t
e t e
t e t e
< < ¦
=
´
< <
¹
and ( 2 / ) ( ) f t f t t e + = for all t .(N/D 2012)
 Initial and Final Value Theorem& Other Simple Problems
1. Find the Laplace transform of
2
cos 3
t
te t
÷
. (M/J 2009)
2. Verify initial and final value theorems for ( ) 1 (sin cos )
t
f t e t t
÷
= + + .
(M/J 2010),(N/D 2010),(M/J 2012)
3. Find
cos cos at bt
L
t
÷ (
(
¸ ¸
. (A/M 2011),(N/D 2012)
4. Find the Laplace transform of
at bt
e e
t
÷
÷
. (M/J 2012)
5. Find the Laplace transform of
4
0
sin3
t
t
e t t dt
÷
}
. (M/J 2009)
6. Evaluate
t
te t dt
·
÷
}
2
0
cos using Laplace transforms. (N/D 2011),(M/J 2012)
7. Find the inverse Laplace transform of
( ) ( )
2
1
1 4 s s + +
. (M/J 2009)
8. Find
2 2
1
2 2
1
ln
s a
L
s s b
÷
¦ ¹   + ¦ ¦
´ ` 
+
¦ ¦ \ . ¹ )
. (N/D 2011)(AUT)
 Laplace Transform Using Convolution Theorem
1. Using Convolution theorem
( ) ( )
1
1
L
s a s b
÷
¦ ¹
¦ ¦
´ `
+ +
¦ ¦
¹ )
. (A/M 2011)
2. Apply convolution theorem to evaluate
( )
1
2
2 2
s
L
s a
÷
(
(
(
+
¸ ¸
. (M/J 2010),(M/J 2012)
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3. Find
( )
2
1
2
2
4
s
L
s
÷
(
(
(
+
¸ ¸
using convolution theorem. (N/D 2012)
4. Find the inverse Laplace transform of
( ) ( )
2
2 2 2 2
s
s a s b + +
using convolution theorem.
(N/D 2010),(M/J 2011)
5. Using convolution theorem find the inverse Laplace transform of
( ) ( )
2
1
1 1 s s + +
.
(N/D 2009),(N/D 2011)(AUT)
6. Find
( )
L
s s
÷
¦ ¹
¦ ¦
´ `
+
¦ ¦
¹ )
1
2
1
4
using convolution theorem. (N/D 2011)
 Solving Differential Equation By Laplace Transform
1. Solve
2
2
3 2 2
d x dx
x
dt dt
÷ + = , given 0 x = and 5
dx
dt
= for 0 t = using Laplace
transform method. (A/M 2011),(N/D 2012)
2. Solve the equation 9 cos 2 , (0) 1 y y t y '' + = = and 1
2
y
t  
= ÷

\ .
using Laplace
transform. (M/J 2009)
3. Solve the differential equation
2
2
sin2 ;
d y
y t
dt
+ = (0) 0, (0) 0 y y' = = by using Laplace
transform method. (N/D 2009)
4. Using Laplace transform solve the differential equation 3 4 2
t
y y y e
÷
'' ' ÷ ÷ = with
(0) 1 (0) y y' = = . (M/J 2010),(N/D 2010)
5. Solve the differential equation
2
2
3 2
t
d y dy
y e
dt dt
÷
÷ + = with (0) 1 y = and (0) 0 y' = ,
using Laplace transform. (M/J 2012)
6. Solve
2
3 2 4 , (0) 3, (0) 5
t
y y y e y y '' ' ' ÷ + = = ÷ = , using Laplace transform.
(N/D 2011)(AUT)
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7. Solve, by Laplace transform method, the equation
2
2
2 5 sin
t
d y dy
y e t
dt dt
÷
+ + = ,
(0) 0, (0) 1 y y' = = . (M/J 2011)
8. Solve
d y dy
y t
dt dt
+ + =
2
2
4 4 sin , if
dy
dt
= 0 and y= 2 when 0 t = using Laplace
transforms. (N/D 2011)
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