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MATHEMATICS

Paper-1

I Time

IMaximum Marks

300

INSTRUCTIONS

Each question is printed both in Hindi and in English.

Answers must be written in the medium specified in the

Admission Certificate issued to you, which must be stated

clearly on the cover of the answer-book in the space

provided for the purpose. No marks will be given for the

answers written in a medium other than that specified in

the Admission Certificate.

Candidates should attempt Question Nos. 1 and 5, which

are compulsory, and any three of the remaining questions

The number of marks carried by each question is indicated

at the end of the question.

Assume suitable data if considered necessary and indicate

the same clearly.

Symbols/ notations carry their usual meanings, unless

othenuise indicated.

all its parts/ sub-parts must be attempted contiguously. This

means that before moving on to the next question to be

attempted, candidates must finish attempting all parts/

sub-parts of the previous question attempted. This is to be

strictly followed.

Pages left blank in the answer-book are to be clearly struck

out in ink. Any answers that follow pages left blank may not

be given credit.

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Section-A

1.

(a)

in the xy-plane by

1

y

x cos-+ y cosX

for x, y" 0

0 , otherwise

Check the continuity and differentiability off at (0, 0).

(b)

12

1

numbers a, b 2: 0

12

(c)

Prove

or

statement :

disprove

the

following

12

If B = {11, b 2 , b 3 , b 4 , b 5 } is a basis

for IR 5 and V is a two-dimensional

subspace of IR 5 , then V has a basis

made of just two members of B.

(d)

Let T: 1R 3 --> IR 3

formation defined by

T(a, 13, y) = (a + 2~- 3y, 2a + 5~- 4y, a + 4~ + y)

image of T and the kernel of T.

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o, :;p:rm

IDn ~ ~I (0, 0) '11:

:>Jqifii'Hl~dl

(13)

f'\;

a, b;, 0

~I ~

12

f'\; <'IIR1fil<t>

B=Ji'\

if;~ ab 5 aP + bq ~I

p

(IJ)

3i'\1:

3i'\1:

_I_+ _I_=

p

<li\ ~~I

I!R ~ p

f if;

f.1"" R1 ful<1

'li't

12

m~

3N<'IT "3B"<tiT ~

~:

'1"fu

311un:

<It

12

m3i'n:

'f.l1 );311

m1

<liT,

oil B if; ~ <iT ~ "il

<i'YHHOI ~,

oil

T(a, [l, y) =(a+ 2[l- 3y, 2a + 5[l- 4y, a +4fl + y)

IDn ~ ~I T <liT

11;<ti 311tm:

~ "<til

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(e)

represented by the equation

x3 +bx2y+cxy2 +y3 =0

2.

(a)

(i)

2 x 2 matrices over the field of

real numbers. Let W be the set

consisting of all matrices with zero

determinant. Is Wa subspace ofV?

Justify your answer.

12

the space W of all solutions of

the following homogeneous system

using matrix notation :

12

x 1 +2x 2 +3x 3 -2x 4 +4x 5 =0

2x1 +4x 2 +8x 3 +x 4 +9x 5 =0

3x 1 + 6x 2 + 13x 3 +4x 4 + 14x 5

(b)

(i)

Consider

the

f: 'J/.2 __, 'J/.2 by

linear

=0

mapping

basis ((1, 0), (0, 1)) and the matrix B

relative to the basis {(1, 2), (2, 3)).

12

(ii) If A is

a characteristic root of

non-singular matrix A, then

prove that

I.

root of Adj A.

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is a characteristic

8

4

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(s)

fir.& ~ f'l;

x3

jffi]

>O!~i'h(UI

+bx2y+cxy2 +y3 =0

fuo;f'rn ~

l ufi

101 ~i'h

'R

M\,

"i"Rb+c=-2ill

2.

(q;)

(i) l!R ~

12

<'llf<1~1fi ~31'\

it; 1$

'R

~ w ~ BT\fUrq; ~ B"-.fl ~

"<'ITMl ~ i I <I'll W '('!i ~ i V <Jil?

3l'f.t "3n\ iii '11\l il <T<i; ~ I

(ii)

B"'!fu w it; ~ ~ ~ q;J ~

~~fcrmam'('!i=Wi!~:

12

2x1 +4x 2 +8x 3 +x 4 +9x 5 =0

3x1 +6x 2 + !3x 3 +4x 4 + 14x 5 = 0

("&)

SlfiiA>"I

31TtlT(

am

f: JR

->IR 2 1R

:mom

i't

'l:fujq;

jffi]

f<i<m

~I

w:<!f.'~ ~ A

i't

~BWi\~1

(ii)

"'f<: ).

"':F\IiA"A~

3lf>:rml\lfUTq; 'i"'

'('!i 3lf':rml\lfUTq;

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'('!i

'fT

m. -m m ~ f'l; I~~

'i"f i Adj A

'fT I

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(c)

Let

H=[ 2-~i i

2+

ij

1- i

2

1+i

is diagonal.

3.

(a)

saddle points of the function f of two

variables defmed by

f(x, y)

(b)

20

x 3 +y 3

63(x + y) + l2xy

20

by

sn =

(log(n +i)-log n)

n+l

i=l

n-->-

answer.

20

(c)

SO

that the integral rt xP (log !.)q dx

Jo

converges.

4.

(a)

20

enclosed

between

the

2

x 2 + y = 9 and x 2 + z 2 = 9.

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the solid

surfaces

20

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('1)

l!H~

_,

+l

21-

2 -i

1+ i

H=

'J

1% ~ ~ ~I 1% ~ OIJ>illiqoA4 ~ P

3.

(q;) f(x, y) = x 3 + y 3

qft~ ~

~31'\

(<!!)

Sn

<Rt

il; ~

il; ~ <wl

i; (log(n +i)-log n)

11T'i\ il;

-rnT

20

qi{<1W'f;

n+l

<i&n:i\ ij;

'lftmqj ~ I 'l'!T

<fit

Sn

lim sn "" ~ ~7

~joo

llH ""

-rnT

63(x + y) + 12xy

i=l

20

mm il;

~~I

('1)

3fu:

20

1

<nf'l; ~ f

Jo

4.

(q;)

'[!iT x 2

+y2

xP

11T'i\ 'li1

11R1 ~.

20

= 9 3fu: x 2

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"*

'f;l

+ z2

= 9 il> <IR

~ ~I

20

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(b)

X y Z

-+-+-=0

a

b c

respectively. Prove that the circle ABC

lies on the cone

(c)

20

which the three mutually perpendicular

tangent lines can be drawn to the

paraboloid x 2 + y 2 + 2z = 0 is

x 2 +y 2 +4z=1

20

Seetion-B

5.

(a)

Solve

2

dy = _ _ _2.:._xy-"-,e,--lx_f_Y_I-----;;dx

y2 (1 + elxf y) 2 ) + 2x2 elx/ y) 2

(b)

(c)

family of curves x 2 + y 2 = ax.

12

12

initial value problem

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~+1{+~=0

a b c

if;~~

31'R ~'

A, B,

yz(~c +~)

+=(~a +~)c +xy(~b +~laJ = 0

b

'RWm~l

('l)

Ff; ll:'li

+y

clRl

"'T

+ 2z = 0

20

itit

~,

<f'li

<fR

'lWR

it

('!1'<!

q{<kl4"1

~-mnt

~ ~, '1>1 ~ x 2 + y 2 +4z = 1

~I

20

12

(1:9) OfSii-~ x 2 + y 2 =

"jll(l

('l)

ax if; <1kl'hl'A4

M "'h1

~I

12

~ ~ "" ~

i.Ri\ ~ ~

l1R

WW!T

q;'\~~1

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(d)

at a distance a from the origin, find its

velocity when its distance from the

.

ongm

(e)

12

IS~.

If

-+

-+

2--t

a2

-+

B =2zi +yj -x k

--t

12

axay

6,

(a)

(2XYlog y) dx + (x 2 + y 2 ..Jy2.:!1 dy = 0

is not exact. Find an integrating factor

and hence, the solution of the equation. 20

(b)

(c)

equation y"'- y" = 12x 2 + 6x.

of

the

20

x(x- 1)y"- (2x- 1)y' + 2y = x 2 (2x- 3)

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i 'If<: "'!\(

RHIA wm it 3<(111 it 'if\ a it '{!"' <R, <it 3<(111 it

~ m~ 3<(111

_<"'

*t 3ffi lJfu

<R(I1

12

(&) 'If<:

A::::

B =2z7 +yJ -x 2 k

<it (1'

0, -2)

a2

'<""(

-+

----t

--(A

dxily

~I

6.

("'-!>)

12

fili

~ \141'-f>\01

(2xylogy) dx+(x

'ltff

'lm(!"''

"

~) dy =0

i1 \181'-!>('H ~

\1~1'-f>(OI

+y

II

y '- y'

m<'f ~ 3fR

m<'f ~I

= 12x 2 + 6x

20

'liT 01IN'Ii j(<'f

m<'!~l

20

2

x(x -1)y"- (2x- l)y' + 2y = x (2x- 3)

'fil j(<'f

~I

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7.

{a)

smooth vertical rod and is attached to a

light string which passes over a small

pulley distant a from the rod and has a

mass M (> m) fastened to its other end.

Show that if the ring be dropped from a

point in the rod in the same horizontal

plane as the pulley, it will descend a

.

2Mma b,

.

d !Stance

e,ore commg

to rest.

M 2 -m 2

{b)

20

has a particle attached to a point on the

rim, and rests with the curved surface

m contact with a rough sphere of

radius bat the highest point. Prove that

if

a

{c)

20

along a fixed rough horizontal rod. Prove

that the ratio of the maximum span to

the length of the chain is

~logl1+7l

where

8.

(a}

20

Define the curvature and torsion for a

space curve. Compute them for the

space curve

X= t,

y = t2 ,

equal for this curve.

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20

7.

(iii) ~ m '1>1 ~

~ <r>:

lJ'fuT

mt\

~ ~

'!Wl, ~ ~ ~m

3fu

~ ~

Q.m ~ it>: ,r

M (> m) ~

il ~

~ il

"~\'!'!

'!>: ~ ~

'>ft

m,

-m

RwAI'I>?ll

2 M ma

M2

(fi'fi

(fi'fi

,r

~ ~

20

-m2

s:m

~ '!>: ~ q;uJ ~

~ 'lfR ~ ~. ~ b

it~~~itm<~~~ <r>:~il

31'i-l '@; 'Pl '!>: k'l>T

~ I ~ ~ fif; <rf<!

s:m

a

q;uJ

<!>!

>m '<lT%

m,

"11 >fi

\11141'1f>ll ~ tllMtl

('1)

~ Q,iiiAAH ~ (*r)

20

it ful: <fu

~ ~

~ fif; :m~ ~ '1>1 *r <fu ~ '!>:

~ ~-tlog[ 1+

7]

~ 1-l '1"fur ~

~I

8.

(iii)

20

q'jfi{ff

it fu\(

fu\(

T-l'liT ~ ~I ~

q'jfi{ff

'lfR ~ 'Rfill: ~ I

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'@;

it fu\(

~ I 3TTilim '@;

fif; ;B

'@;

it

20

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(b)

where Cis the closed curve of the region

bounded by y; x and y ; x 2 .

20

-Jo

(c)

-Jo

-Jo

---)o

JJ(vxFJ r:ds

s

where S is the surface of the sphere

2

2

2

2

x + y + z ; a above the xy-plane.

20

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:!lim 'f>1 ~ ~.

3ft<

(lll

y = x2

"[RT

~ c~

qjf;

~. y

rl'IJ 'f>TI

20

fftvxh;:; ds

s

'f>1

x2

~

+ y2 + z2

~.

= a2 'f>1 xy-~

~I

i\

~

'3>'n: 'f>1 '[!!

20

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rrriFf; Wof ~

w:if ~ JU< :Jift 'fTUf11 it iff& ;;rf.t ~ ~ Jmit; Jl'ffl- 'Til

it fit<Tr 1"f'H ~. 3Jk w 'fTUf11 'liT

~ JU<-~ ~ 'J&- '[II 'I<

Jifitn f.Wl! """"' 'I< fit<Tr "fRT

Jl'ffl-'W 'I< ~ 1f/!2Pl ~

:J7I'ilftm JP< fiRfl 'fTUf11 it iff& ~ JU< 'I< <it{ 3Ft; 'ff.ff fin~ I

.I

=

JJk 5 ~ fJ I 'IT'ft w:if it ii rrriFf; &"6 ii --ii-J?'n >Wf "' ~ "ifl;r w:if ~ JU< ~I

rrriFf; Wof ~ /ffr; fWrr 3Ft; Wof ~ 3iif it fiir: ~ {f I

>Wf

"d&:n

>&

it,

<it ~ ~

~I

f.Wl!

f.Wl! g1

~ f#w : '-W ~ ~ fit; Of<! >it fiRft >Wf 'liT JU< 1.' ~ eft, i7<f

m w-r ~ rr>ft 'lfl'if/"J'l-'lfl'if ~ JU< <m<-<m< ~~ W"ifiT wJ 7.W ~fit;

JPTit w-r 'liT JU< ffmR ~ fffr; 3Wt ~ ii 'f! ~ w-r ~ rr>ft

'lfT1if/"J'l- 'lfT1if ~ JU< WITfl it "f1li: I W <m'f 'liT ~ ii 3lJml1f ~I

JU< -~ it &Tf!t ~ S'f '[if <it ~ ii P<1! ~ ii 'liTC ~I &Tf!t

-.gZ S'f '[if ~ ~ iff& S'f "3ilif ~ 3Ft; '1 fiir: "f1lf:. ~ it WRfT ~I

Note : English version of the Instructions is printed

on the front cover of this question paper.

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CS(M) EXAM2012

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Sl. No.

MATHEMATICS

Paper II

jnme Allowed: Three HoursjjMaximum Marks:

3001

INSTRUCTIONS

Each question is primed both in Hindi and in English.

Answers must be written in the medium specified in the

Admission Certificate issued to you, which must be

stated clearly on the cover of the answer-book in the

space provided for the purpose. No marks will be given

for the answers written in a medium other than that

specified in the Admission Certificate.

Candidates should attempt Question Nos. 1 and 5 which

are compulsory and any three of the remaining questions selecting at least one question from each Section.

Assume suitable data if considered necessary and

indicate the same clearly.

Symbols and notations carry usual meaning, unless

otherwise indicated.

All questions carry equal marks.

A graph sheet is attached to this question paper for use

by the candidate. The graph sheet is to be carefully

detached from the question paper and securely fastened

to the answer-book.

Important : Whenever a Question is being attempted,

all its parts/sub-parts must be attempted contiguously.

This means that before moving on to the next

Question to be attempted, candidates must finish

attempting all parts/sub-parts of the previous

Question attempted. This is to be strictly followed.

Pages left blank in the answer-book are to be clearly

struck out in ink. Any answers that follow pages left

blank may not be given credit.

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Sedion 'A'

1. (a) How many elements of order 2 are there in the

group of order 16 generated by a and b such

that the order of a is 8, the order of b is 2 and

-l_ -1

bab -a .

12

(b) Let

1

I'f X<--,

0,

f,.(x)=

n+1

7r 'f

Sin-,1

- -1E x E -1,

0,

n+1

'f x> -

1

n

function but not uniformly.

12

Cauchy-Riemann equations at the origin. 12

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1. ( q;) a

am b ~

2~

ijJU

0,

I

~x<-.

n+l

.n..c.

fn ()

x = sm-, 'll'<

x

o.

12

I

n+l

.;;

I

x.;; -.

I

n

~X>-

~ ((<tiij"'ii1 ~I

mm- ~'

12

~ ~ ~ ~ <mft-~ Wil<ii<i1" <!if~

<miT~ I

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mathematics, it yields him 10 marks and for

each hour that he studies physics, it yields him

5 marks. He can study at most 14 hours a day

and he must get at least 40 marks in each.

Determine graphically how many hours a day

he should study mathematics and physics each,

in order to maximize his marks ?

12

(e) Show that the series

~ (~)n n6

n=l

I!"+

is conver-

gent.

12

2. (a) How many conjugacy classes does the permutation group s5 of permutations 5 numbers

have ? Write down one element in each class

(preferably in terms of cycles).

15

(b.) Let

t(x

'.

at

0)

1 , if(x,

y)=(O, o).

at

ax

y

t(x, y) is not continuous at (0, 0).

15

(c) Use Cauchy integral formula to evaluate

3o

Jc _e_

(z +I)4

15

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~

'R, ~ I 0 ojq;'f oft 91fu ~ %aW ~

~ ~ 3fVI<fif ~ ~ trOZ ~ ~ ~

5 ojq;'f oft 91fu ~ %1 ~ g t=Gii 3lfu<n ~

arfuq; 14 trOZ 3lb"WR ~ ~ %aiR ~ ~

~ if q;11 ~ q;11 40 ajq; !mf 'fK'IT 3!W.f!!"Q; ~ I

llii'14d: ~ ~ f<l; 3!'f.r ojq;'f q:;r

arru'l>dlil'f>(OI ~ ~ ~' ~ 9ktf'G'1 mA"

rn

'fK'IT

.I

( S:)

12

~~ f<l; '-Mt

I (' _!!__)

n +I

11

11=!

arflmro ~ I

12

2. (q;)5~~~~~~ S5 ~mA"

~<mtmt~ 7 ~<mit~ <WI"~

(~ ~

"lSliT ~~if)

15

( l!f) l!T'f ~

f(x, y) =

~~2

I , 'fR (x, y) = (0, 0).

:;:

ax

q:;r

f(x,y)~~~(O,O)'RI

15

e3z

(lf)

c

'!illfm~tfll11<1 ~. ~c'f'flzl=2 ~I

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by the planes 3x + 4y + 5z 7 and x - z 9

from the origin, by the method of Lagrange's

multipliers.

15

3. (a) Is the ideal generated by 2 and X in the polynomial ring z [X] of polynomials in a single

variable X with coefficients in the ring of integers

a principal ideal ? Justify your answer.

z.

15

(b) Let f(x) be differentiable on

f(l)

[0, I]

such that

=/(0) =0 and

0

I

f xf(x)f'(.t}dx = -l

15

)~

z+ I z +3

) in

(i) I <lzl<3 (ii)

(iv)

lzl>3

(iii)

lzl<l

O<jz+Ij<2

15

2n

d8

l=J

l-2acos8+ a

0

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mlliT, ~~~~f<mr~iWT. ~~

~;.Umopr~l

15

3. (q;) ~ Z ~ <l<illf if ~ ~ l% ~ ~X if

~ ~ ~ <l<illf Z

<!f.ro 'J"I"IIil<'li illiT ~ 'JOI"tiil<'li tmfT ~ ? 3!'f.t

~ ~ <m if crt 9tWf ~ I

15

(19) lWf~f<t;J(x) atqq;i1.,14 ~ (0, I]

"fl:,

~fit;

.

0

I

f xf(x)f'(x) dx = -!

15

(ll)

'lii1'f

Iz I< I

(iv)

~ ~ ~.

<'tRt itoiT if

~I

('f)

9lJR

15

2n

I=

f 1- 2acos8 + a , a

d(J

<I

15

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Gaussian integers z[i]={a+bila, be

.z}.

20

(b) Give an example of a function f(x), that is

I/( I

x) is Riemann

integrable. Justify.

20

(c) By the method of Vogel, determine an initial

basic feasible solution for the following transportation problem :

Products P 1, P2 , P3 and P4 have to be sent to

destinations D 1, D 2 and D 3. The cost of sending product P; to destinations Dj is C ij' where

the matrix

[cij] =

10 0 15 5]

7 3 6 15 .

0

ll

!3

and D3 are given by 45, 45, 95 respectively

and the availability of the products P 1, P2, P 3

and P4 are respectively 25, 35, 55 and 70.

20

Section 'B'

(D-2D')(D-D') 2 z=ex+Y.

12

root of the equation 3x = cos x + l correct to

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4. (q;) 'lkmi'l ~

'JOI"'i<'lf.t<i'i

z} it

"f<'f11

if ~

q;r quf.1 ~I

20

Q:m 3<.;1~<"1 ~ ~.

m ~ fl'il'h<'t<flll "1 ~ lf(x)l d'1R

fl'il'h<'t<fl'l

1 I 3m ~

6~;\1$,'( I

20

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ordinary differential equation dy = f(x, y) in

dx

the interval [a, b J for n number of discrete

points, where the initial value is y(a) = a,

using Euler's method.

12

(d) Obtain the equations governing the motion of

a spherical pendulum.

12

(e) A rigid sphere of radius a is placed in a stream

of fluid whose velocity in the undisturbed state

is V. Determine the velocity of the fluid at any

point of the disturbed stream.

12

6. (a) Solve

the

partial

differential

equation

~v=k

(b) A string of length I is fixed at its ends. The

string from the mid-point is pulled up to a

height k and then released from rest. Find the

deflection y(x, t) of the vibrating string. 20

(c) Solve the following system of simultaneous

equations,

using Gauss-Seidel

iterative

method :

20x+ y-2z = 17

2x - 3y + 20z = 25.

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at temperature f( 8). The plate is insulated so

that there is no loss of heat from either surface.

Find the temperature distribution in .steady

state.

20

(c) In a certain examination, a candidate has to

appear for one major and two minor subjects.

The rules for declaration of results are: marks

for major are denoted by M 1 and for minors by

M2 and M3. If the candidate obtains 7S% and

above marks in each of the three subjects, the

candidate is declared to have passed the

examination in first class with distinction. If

the candidate obtains 60% and above marks in

each of the three subjects, the candidate is

declared to have passed the examination in

first class. If the candidate obtains SO% or

above in major, 40% or above in el!ch of the

two minors and an average of SO% or above in

all the three subjects put together, the

candidate is declared to have passed the

examination in second class. All those

candidates, who have obtained SO% and above

in major and 40% or above in minor, are

declared to have passed the examination. If the

candidate obtains less than SO% in major or

less than 40% in any one of the two minors,

the candidate is declared to have failed in the

examinations. Draw a flow chart to declare the

results for the above.

20

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mass m; to one end of which a spherical bob of

radius a/3 and mass 15 m is attached. Find the

moment of inertia of the pendulum :

(i) about an axis through the other end of the

15

mass of the pendulum.

(Given : The centre of mass of the

pendulum is a/12 above the centre of the

sphere.]

15

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velocity potential for an incompressible fluid

motion. If the fluid velocity q ~ 0 as r ~co,

find the surfaces of constant speed.

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