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SUBJECT

:
MATHEMATICS ENGINEERING

SET 1

NAME OF LECTURER : DR.MARSYITA
GROUP

:

DUE DATE

: 24 NOVEMBER 2014

NAMA

NO.
MATRIK

LIM JUN RONG

178463

KUAN POH YEE

176762

WONG SWEE YAO
LOW BEE SAN
LIM KOK SANG

NO. KAD PENGENALAN

940202-08-5218

Question 1 (10 marks)
Find the following limits.

Solution

Since

takes the form

at x = – 8, we apply L’ Hôpital’s rule to give


=–2

Using trigonometric identity,

Since

takes the form

at x =

, we apply L’ Hôpital’s rule to give

Question 2 (15 marks)
Sketch the graphs of the following functions IT tools for

a)
b)
c)

| |
| |
| |

.

Solution :

a)

b)

| |

x

f(x)

-2
-1
0
1
2

4
2
0
0
0

,

| |

x

f(x)

-2
-1
0
1
2

-4
-1
0
1
4

c)

x

f(x)

-2
-1

-1
-1

0
1
2

undefined
1
1

| |

Question 3 (10 marks)
Two water waves,

and

, meet. Find the equation for the

resultant wave and compare its characteristics with those of the original waves. Discuss the
following special cases:
a)

b)
c)
Solution :
To find the equation for the resultant wave , sum the equation of first water wave (

water wave (

) and second

.

Equation for resultant wave 
Let resultant wave be

,

+
+
+
By using the formula of trigonometric identities :

*[

 Equation for resultant wave ,

Comparing the resultant wave with both the original waves.
RESULTANT WAVE

ORIGINAL WAVE

Amplitude is higher than original wave.

Amplitude is lower than resultant wave.

Standing wave.

Progressive wave.

a) When
(

)

Since cos 0 = 1,

New original waves do not have any significant changes.

The new resultant wave

will now have a phase difference of

.

b) When
(

)

(

)

Since

,

X=[√

]

New original wave
leads the old

has no change but

by .

 The new resultant wave
c) When
(

)

(

Since

will become

)

,

will have a lower magnitude.

which


New original wave has no change but
lags the old by π.
The new resultant wave will become 0.

will become

which

Question 4 (5 marks)
A projectile is launch from level ground at

with initial velocity

horizontal. Subsequently, its position is described by
Find the equation of trajectory of the projectile. If
ground on its returns.
Solution :
y

u 𝜃

0

x

=

=

Since velocity, v =
Horizontal distance: x =

)t

x=
Vertical distance: Sy =

t+

2

at an angle

to the

,
, find where the projectile hits the

Since a = -g, so y= (

2

)t -

Trajectory equation:
x=
t=
y=(

=

2

)t(

2

)-

Trigonometric identities:

=

y=

-

(1 +

)

time of flight, t =

since

, t
=

Position of x =

=(

x=

)(

)

)

Question 5 (10 marks)
Express the following in partial fraction:

a)

b)

Solution :

a)

[

[

[

When

]

]

[

]

[

]

]

When

By substituting

and

into

,

*Answer 

Solution :

b)

[

]

[

]

[

+
When

=2,
+
+

[

]

]


When

=3,
+
+


By substituting

*Answer 

22

and

16 into

,