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(i)

1

2

1

0

3 2 5 1

2 1 6 3

1 2 3 1

2 5 2 3

(ii)

1

4

3 2 1

2 3 1 4 3

1 6

7

2 9

3 3

6

6 12

(i) x1 + 2x2 x3 = 3, 3x1 x2 + 2x3 = 1, 2x1 2x2 + 3x3 = 2, x1 x2 + x3 = 1

(ii) Show that the equations 3x+4y+5z = a, 4x+5y+6z = b, 5x+6y+7z = c do not have a solution

unless a + c = 2b. Solve the equations when a = b = c = 1.

(3) Find all the eigen values and eigen vectors of the following matrices

2 2 3

1 6

(i)

2

1 2 0

(ii)

1 0 1

1 2 1

2 2 3

(4) Show that the asymptotes of the curve x(x2 y 2 ) 2x(y 1) y = 0, cut the curve again in

points which lie on the line y = 3x.

(5) Show that the eight points of intersection of the curve x4 5x2 y 2 + 4y 4 + x2 y 2 + x + y + 1 = 0

and its asymptotes lie on rectangular hyperbola.

(6) Solve the following :

1

(x2 1)yn+2 + (2n + 1)xyn+1 + (n2 m2 )yn = 0

(b) If cos1 ( yb ) = log( nx )n , prove that

x2 yn+2 + (2n + 1)xyn+1 + 2n2 yn = 0

(c) prove that

dn

(eax y)

dxn

d

= eax ( dx

+ a)n y

(i) (x2 a2 )(y 2 b2 ) = a2 b2

(8) Part of the parabola y 2 = 4ax bounded by the latus rectum revolves about the tangent at the

vertex. Find the area of the surface of real thus generated.

(9) Prove that the surface of the solid generated by the revolution of the curves x = a cos t+

( a2 ) log tan2 (t/2) and y = a sin t about its asymptote is equal to the surface of a sphere of radius

a.

(10) Find the entire length of the cardioid r = a(1 + cos ) and show that the arc of the upper

half is bisected by = 3 .

2

x

) = f (x)

(11) Prove that f ( 1+x

0

x

f (x)

1+x

x2

(1+x)2 2!

00

f (x) + ......

(13) Solve x3 D3 y + 3x2 D2 y + xDy + y = x + log x

(14) Solve the following system of differential equations

dx

(a)

2 dx

x + dy

+ 4y = 1,

dy

= t 1.

dt

dt

dt

dt

(b)

dx

dt

dy

dt

+ 2y = cos 2t,

dx

dt

dy

dt

2x = sin 2t

dy

3y = x2 + x12 .

(a) 2x2 D2 y + 7x dx

(b)

d y

dy

x

x2 dx

2 + 4x dx + 2y = e

(16) Uranium disintegrates at a rate proportional to the amount then present at any instant. If

M1 and M2 grams of Uranium are present at times T1 and T2 respectively . Show that half life of

Uranium is

(T2 T1 ) log2

1

log( M

)

M2

17(a) A liquid in a test-tube cools from 700 C to 600 C in 4 minutes, the room temperature

being 300 C. Determine the temperature of the liquid as a function of time, and the time taken

in cooling down to 400 C.

(17)(b) A glass of ice-cold water is kept in a room at temperature 300 C. If the initial rate of

temperature increase is 1.50 C per minute, find the temperature of water after 10 minutes.

(18) in a culture of bacteria the rate of increase is proportion to the number present. If their

numbers are 3000 and 5000 at the end of 3 and 4 hours, find their number in the beginning.

(19)(a)A particle of mass m, is projected vertically under gravity, the resistance of air being mk

times the velocity. Show that the greatest height attained by the particle is

V2

[ log(1 + )] ,

g

where V is the terminal velocity of the particle and V the velocity of its projection.

(19)(b) A body falling from rest is subjected to the force of gravity and an air-resistance proportional to to the square of the velocity. If resistance is equal to the weight of the body when the

speed is b, show that the distance traveled by the body in time t seconds is given by

g

b2

log cosh t .

g

b

d2 x

dx

+ 2k

+ b2 x = ekt sin t.

2

dt

dt

Solve the equation for both cases when 2 6= b2 k 2 , and when 2 = b2 k 2 .

(b) the current i is an electrical circuit containing L and R in series and with an e.m.f E sin pt,

satisfies the equation

di

+ Ri = E sin pt.

dt

Find the value of the current at any time t if initially the current is zero.

L

(c) The differential equation for a circuit in which self inductance and capacitance neutralize each

other is

d2 i

i

+

= 0.

dt2 C

Find the current i as as a function of t, given that I is the maximum current, and i = 0 when

t = 0.

L

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