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UNIT-I

THEORY OF MATRICES

1 3i

1 3i

2

3

State Cayley- Hamilton Theorem

Prove that

1 1 i

2 1 i

1 i

is a unitary matrix.

1 i

1 2 3

5 Find the value of k such that rank of 2 k 7 is 2 .

3 6 10

6

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2

3 4i

3 4i

2

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Find A

8

1 i

if A =

2

3

4

1

6

7

8

9

f

x y

f

.

x y

dependent

If x = u(1-v), y = uv prove that JJ=1

Find the maximum and minimum values of

If u

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5

5

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Verify Lagranges Mean Value theorem for f(x) = log x in [1, e]

Verify Lagranges Mean Value theorem for function f(x) = cos x in [0, / 2].

Verify Cauchys Mean Value theorem for f(x)

=x2, g(x) =x3 in[1, 2].

Find first and second order partial derivatives of ax2+2hxy+by2 and

verify

Remember

2 i 4 2i

10 If 2, 3, 4 are the eigen values of A then find the eigen values of adj A

UNIT-II

DIFFERENTIAL CALCULUSMETHODS

1

Course

Outcome

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3axy

(u,v)

(x, y)

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UNIT-III

IMPROPER INTEGRALS, MULTIPLEINTEGRALSAND ITSAPPLICATIONS

1 Prove that (m, n)

Analyze

(n,m) .

Prove that

n 1

(m,n),m 0,n 0

Analyze

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Remember

Evaluate

Evaluate

y )dxdy .

Evaluate

l ogzdxdydz .

Evaluate

5

6

(1) .

2 x

Evaluate

Evaluate

ydydx

0 0

asin

0

rdrd .

3 1

Evaluate

Evaluate

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0 0

xy(x

e logy ex

1 1

Question

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9

1

1

2

2

3

3

dxdydz .

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UNIT-1V

DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONSAND APPLICATIONS

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

Write the working rule to find orthogonal trajectory in Cartesian form.

Form the D.E.by eliminate c in

y=1+c1-x2

Solve (x+y+1) dy/dx =1

Prove that the system of parabolas

y2 = 4a (x+a) is self orthogonal.

Find the O.T. of the family of curves

State Newtons law of cooling

A bacterial culture, growing exponentially, increases from 200 to 500 grams

in the period from 6 a.m to 9 a.m. . How many grams will be present at

noon.

Solve

-3 + 2y =0

10 Define S.H.M. and give its D.E

UNIT-V

LAPLACE TRANSFORMS AND ITSAPPLICATIONS

1

2

3

4

5

6

7

8

9

10

State and prove first shifting theorem.

Define change of scale property of

Find

If

is periodic function with period T then find

Find

Find

Find

)

Define inverse L.T. of f(s)

Use L.T to solve D.E.

when t=0

S. No

Question

UNIT-I

THEORY OF MATRICES

Show that only real number

for which the system x+2y+3z= x ,

3x+y+2z= y , 2x+3y+z= z has non-zero solution is 6 and solve them

when =6

Express the matrix

matrix and skew- Hermitian matrix.

3| Pa g e

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3

Question

Given that

show that

is unitary

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matrix.

5

6

7

8

Solve the equations using partial pivoting Guass Elimination method of

1 1 1

Diagonalize the matrix A= 0 2 1 and find A4

4 4 3

Prove The Eigen Values of Real symmetric matrix are Real.

form.

Reduce the quadratic form

10

canonical form by orthogonal reduction.

9

11

12

to the

6x+3y+4z+7w=0, 2x+y+w=0

Find

13

such that x

and

x 2y

2y

1, x 2 y

Many solutions

14

15

1

1

0

1

1

0

4| Pa g e

0

0

0

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imaginary or zeros.

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Question

1

0

1

16

1

1

0

1

2

1

17

3

1

2

2

2

2

2

1

1

1

1

1

2

2 by an orthogonal

1

transformation.

Reduce to sum of squares, the quadratic form

18

x12

2x 22

7 x32

4 x1 x 2

signature.

19

20

ii) AA , A A

UNIT-II

DIFFERENTIAL CALCULUSMETHODS

1

if f ( x ) =

x , g ( x) =

1

prove that c of the CMVT is the geometric

x

2

3

4

z 2 given x y z 3a

u v

prove using mean value theorem sin u sin v

find the minimum value of

yz

,v

x

xz

,w

y

x2

y2

xy

(u, v, w)

find

z

( x, y, z )

Apply

Analyze

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if

using mean value theorem prove that the function

5

6

f ( x)

x2 4 x 7 is increases when x

Calculate approximately

2 decreasing when x

by using LMVT

2

7

8

which it is decreasing using mean value theorem

find three positive numbers whose sum is 100 and whose product is

maximum

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y2 z 2

1

b2 c 2

Using mean value theorem for 0 a b prove that

a

b b

1

6 1

1

log

1 and hence Show that

log

6

5 5

b

a a

2

2

find the maxima and minima of f ( x) 2( x

y ) x 4 y4

12

13

Prove that

10

14

x2

inscribed in the ellipsoid 2

a

1

3

5 3

cos

3

5

1

using LMVT

8

If

=1

2

y z , w x y z are

functionally dependent and find the relation between them

throughout an interval [a,b] prove using mean value

16 If

theorem f(x) is a constant in that interval.

Divide 24 into three points such that the continued product of the first,

17

square of the second and cube of the third is maximum

15

18

zero between 0 and 1

19

If

20

If

8 x3 6x 2 2x 1 has a

(u, v, w)

x u(1 v), y uv prove that JJ 1 1

u 2v

UNIT-III

IMPROPER INTEGRATION, MULTIPLEINTEGRATION AND APPLICATIONS

By transforming into polar coordinates Evaluate

1

x2

y2

y2

x2 y 2

dxdy over

x2 y 2

a 2 and

Evaluate

Evaluate

Evaluate

Apply

b2 with b a

(x

Evaluate

2

planes x

0, x 1, y

1

0, y 1, z

0, z 1

1 z1 y z

xyzdxdydz

3

0

Evaluate

Find the volume of the tetrahedron bounded by the plane

4

x

a

6| Pa g e

y

b

z

1 and the coordinate planes by triple integration

c

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Question

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Level

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Outcome

Evaluate

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Evaluate

Evaluate

a (1 cos )

r 2 cos drd

5

0

Evaluate

6

ellipse

x2

a2

y2

b2

a sin

1

a2 r 2

2

rdzdrd

Evaluate

ProveThat

Show that

10

Evaluate

(1 / 2)

11

a2 y 2

(x2

0

y 2 ) dydx

12

Show that

Analyze

13

Show that

Analyze

Evaluate

Evaluate

Evaluate

Evaluate

14

Evaluate

r2

drd

( r 2 a 2 )2

0

1 2 x

15

xydxdy

0 0

a

a2 x 2

a2

16

0

x2

y 2 dydx

sin p cos q d

17

Express 0

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Evaluate

Evaluate

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Analyze

10

a 2 ( xdy ydx)

x2 y 2

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10

y 2 1)dx 0

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18

Question

Evaluate

xy

0, x 1, x

4, y

log 2

19

x log y

ex

Evaluate

y z

dxdydz

a

ax

y2

20

dydx

y4 a2 x2

UNIT-IV

DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONSAND APPLICATIONS

A bacterial culture, growing exponentially, in increases from 200 to 500

grams in the period from 6 am to 9 am. How many grams will be

present at noon?

xdx ydy

2

Solve

( x2

Solve 2 xydy

( x 1)

5

6

dy

dx

y2

a2

e3 x ( x 1)2

Obtain the orthogonal trajectories of the family of curves

r (1 cos )

2a

the time required by the Particle in passing between points which are at

distances 4 &2 meters from the centre of force and are on the same side

of it.

Solve

( D2 3D 2) y

Solve

D2 (D2 4) y 96 x 2 sin 2 x k

10

11

x

Solve

dy

dx

2cos(2 x 3) 2ex

x2

2

1) y cos ecx

x3 y 6

12

after 20 minutes and when the temperature will be 40 c

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S. No

13

Question

Solve ( D

1) y sin x sin 2 x e x x 2

x

14

x

)dy

y

(1 e y )dx e y (1

Solve

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12

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12

placed in water which is maintained at 30 c . If at t=3minutes,the

15

temperature of the ball is 40 c

16

Solve ( D

6D 2 11D 6) y

dy

3x 2 tan y

dx

x3 sec2 y

2x

3x

cos x

17

Solve

18

A body weighing 10kgs is hung from a spring pull of 20kgs will stretch

the spring to 10 cms. The body is pulled down to 20 cms below the

static equilibrium position and then released. Find the displacement of

the body from its equilibrium position at timet seconds, the maximum

Velocity and the period of oscillation

19

20

2D 1) y x cos x

Solve the D.E ( D

The number N of bacteria in a culture grew at a rate proportional to N.

The value of N was initially 100 and increased to 332 in one hour. What

was the value of N after 1

1

hours?

2

UNIT-V

LAPLACE TRANSFORMSAND ITS APPLICATIONS

e

t

2t

dt

Find L

Find L

(s

1)(s

9)(s 2 25)

t,

if0<t<b

2b-t, if b<t<2b

cos 4t sin 2t

t

cos(t-

2

),

3

0,

6

9| Pa g e

of period 2b

2 S 2 6S 5

S 3 6S 2 11S 6

2

3

2

if t<

3

if t>

S. No

7

8

9

Question

d2 y

dy

Solve the D.E using L.T,

2

2 y 5sin t , y(0) y ' (0) 0

2

dt

dt

s2 4

Find the .L.T of log( 2

)

s 9

Solve the D.E using L.T, y

''

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16

( D2 1) x t cos 2t , givenx(0)

2S 2 6 S 5

Find the Inverse L.T of 3

S 6S 2 11S 6

e 2s

1

Find L

s 2 4s 5

Using L.T solve ( D

18

2D 3) y sin x, y (0)

y' (0) 0

2t

Find the L.T of periodic function f (t ) with period T where

4ET

T

-E, if 0 t

2

f(t)= T

4ET

T

3E, if

t T

T

2

2S 3

-1

Find L

3

S 6S 2 11S 6

Solve the D.E using L.T

17

x' (0) 0

d2x

dx

2

2

dt

dt

e2 t with

dx

x(0) 2,

1 at t=0

dt

Find L t sin 3t cos 2t

Using L.T solve

19

20

( D3 D 2 4D 4) y 68e x sin 2 x, y 1, Dy

at x 0

3t

Find L e sinh 3t using change of scale property

19, D 2 y

37

S. No

Questions

UNIT-I

THEORY OF MATRICES

If A is n rowed matrix A

10 | P a g e

i

, . denotes greatest

j

S. No

Questions

If a=

1 0

Find the value of k for which matrix A= 0 1

k 0

5

6

k

3 Is invertible.

1

If 1,2,3 are eigen value of A then find

eigen value of Adj A.

If

1

0

0 & 1 are two orthogonal vectors of 3x3 matrix then find third

1

0

Blooms Taxonomy

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Outcome

1

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vector

If A is nxn matrix , rank is k and normal form is

8

Ik

0 0

9

10

3 0 0

3

If A= 5 4 0 then express A in terms of A.

3 6 1

Apply

Remember

Apply

UNIT-II

DIFFERENTIAL CALCULUSMETHODS

When the Jacobian Transformation is used?

Find the functional relationship between u=x + y +z, v=x y +y z + z x, w =

x2+y2+z2

What are critical points?

Remember

x y

Write the relationship between u

,v tan 1 x tan 1 y .

1 xy

Remember

Apply

Remember

6

6

Remember

Remember

Apply

6

6

Apply

1

2

5

6

7

8

9

10

What are saddle points?

What is condition for f( x , y)to have maximum and minimum values at

(a, b)?

What is the demerit of Lagranges method of undetermined multipliers?

If f(x, y) = x y+(x-y) then find stationary points.

If u=x y then x

UNIT-III

IMPROPER INTEGRALS, MULTIPLEINTEGRALS AND ITSAPPLICATIONS

Write the relationship between beta and gamma functions.

Remember

11 | P a g e

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12

13

Apply

12

si n4 cos2 d using

-function

3

4

Find

(p+1,q) +

(p,q+1).

(m, m)

5

1 ex

dydx is

0 1

6

7

8

How to find the volume of closed surface.

What is difference between proper and improper integrals

Convert

10

a2 x 2

a

0 1

circles r

si n ,r

(x2

4si n .

UNIT-IV

DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS

6

d2y

Find the order and degree of

dy2

at any instant t. The differential equation giving the rate of change of the

radius (r) of the rain drop is.

If x

4

5

6

Mention two applications of higher order differential equations.

What is general solution of higher order differential equations?

3

4

when the Bernoulls differential equation becomes linear differential

equation

Give the complementary function for (D2+6D+9)y=0

UNIT-V

LAPLACE TRANSFORMS

Give example where the Laplace Transforms technique is used

What are the conditions that the functions has to satisfy to Apply laplace

transform

Where the convolution theorem is in laplace transforms

What are periodic functions

Find L

9

10

1

2

dy

dx

12 | P a g e

x2

1

s a

dy

dx

dx

dr

), f (r , , )

dy

d

S. No

6

Questions

What is Laplace Transform of unit impulse function

'

If f(0)=0 find L f (t )

When L 1

10

13 | P a g e

1

is possible

sn

L f (t )

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