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DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS

Engineering Mathematics-IV

TUTORIAL SHEET-1[2012-13]

**1. Use modified Euler’s method to solve in the range by taking given that at
**

initially.

2. Using Runge-Kuttaa method of fourth order, find for the equation , taking

**3. Use Picard’s method to obtain the third approximation to the solution of
**

and hence find y at

4. Given that and the data , ,

, compute using Adam’s Bash forth method

5. Use Taylor’s series method, given , by taking step size

initially.

6.

**Apply Milne’s method to solve the equation given that
**

=0, =0.02, =0.0795, =0.1762. Compute.

h=0.1,y=10 at x=0

**BALLARI INSTITUTE OF TECNOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
**

DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS

Engineering Mathematics-IV

TUTORIAL SHEET-1[2013-14]

**1. Use Taylor’s series method, given , by taking step size
**

a. h=0.1, y=10 at x=0 initially.

2. Using Euler’s modified method to find given that ,

taking

3. 3. Use Picard’s method to find y at x=0.25, 0.5 given =, y(0)=1.by taking

two approximations

4. Solve, x=0,y=1 at x=0.2 using R-k method, take h=0.2

**5. Apply Milne’s method to solve the equation given that
**

=0, =0.02, =0.0795, =0.1762. Compute.

6. Given that and the data , ,

, Compute using Adam’s Bash

forth method

BALLARI INSTITUTE OF TECNOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT

DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS

Engineering Mathematics-IV

TUTORIAL SHEET-1[2014-15]

**1. Use Taylor’s series method, given , by taking step size
**

h=0.1, y=10 at x=0 initially.

2. Using Euler’s modified method to find given that

with taking h=0.2

3. Use Picard’s method to find y at x=0.25, 0.5 given =, y(0)=1.by taking

approximations

4. Solve, x=0,y=1 at x=0.2 using R-k method, take h=0.2.

5. Apply Milne’s method to solve the equation given that

=0, =0.02, =0.0795, =0.1762. Compute.

6. Given that and the data , ,

Compute using Adam’s Bash forth method

**BALLARI INSTITUTE OF TECNOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
**

DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS

Engineering Mathematics-IV

TUTORIAL SHEET-2[2012-13]

two

**1. Use Picard’s method to obtain given that
**

,,

(Carry out two approximations)

2. Use fourth order Range- Kutta method to solve the system of equations :

**3. Use Picard’s method to obtain the third approximation to the solution of
**

given that

4. Given,

evaluate using four

Order

Range-Kutta method

**5. Apply Milne’s Predictor-Corrector method compute given that satisfies
**

the equation and are governed by the following initial

value:.

Apply corrector formula twice

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**

DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS

Engineering Mathematics-IV

TUTORIAL SHEET-2[2013-14]

**1. Apply Picard’s method to obtain the second approximation to the solution of the
**

differential equation. Given that,&

also find

**2. Use order Runge-Kutta method to solve
**

& also find.

3. Use order Runge-Kutta method to solve the system of equations

, =1, at t=0. Compute.

4. Apply Milne’s method to compute y(0.8) given ,given that

=0, =0.02, =0.0795, =0.1762, 0

,

5. Use Picard’s method to obtain given that

,, .

**BALLARI INSTITUTE OF TECNOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
**

DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS

Engineering Mathematics-IV

TUTORIAL SHEET-2[2014-15]

**1. Apply Picard’s method to obtain the second approximation to the solution of
**

the

differential equation. Given that,

& also find.

2. Use order Runge-Kutta method to solve

& also find.

3. Use order Runge-Kutta method to solve the system of equations

, =1, at t=0. Compute.

4. 4. Use Picard’s method to obtain given that

,, .

5. Apply Milne’s method to compute y(0.8) given ,given that

=0, =0.02, =0.0795, =0.1762, 0

,

**BALLARI INSTITUTE OF TECNOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
**

DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS

Engineering Mathematics-IV

TUTORIAL SHEET-3[2012-13]

**1. State and prove Cauchy-Riemann equation in polar form
**

2. Find the analytic function whose imaginary part is )

3. If is analytic, show that

4. Show that the real and Imaginary parts of analytic function are harmonic in

Cartesian form

**5. Show that is analytic and hence find its derivative
**

6. Show that the function is harmonic and find its harmonic conjugate. Also

determine the corresponding analytic function.

7. Find the analytic function as a function of z given that the sum of its real and

imaginary parts is

**BALLARI INSTITUTE OF TECNOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
**

DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS

Engineering Mathematics-IV

TUTORIAL SHEET-3[2013-14]

**1. 1.State and prove Cauchy-Riemann equation in Cartesian form
**

2. Show that is a regular function of . Also find

**3. Shoe that the real and imaginary parts of an analytic function are harmonic in
**

polar form.

4. If is a regular function of show that

**5. Find the analytic function as a function of z given that the sum of its real and
**

imaginary parts is

6. Show that is analytic and hence find its derivative.

**BALLARI INSTITUTE OF TECNOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
**

DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS

Engineering Mathematics-IV

TUTORIAL SHEET-3[2014-15]

**1. 1.State and prove Cauchy-Riemann equation in polar form
**

2. Show that is analytic and hence find its derivative.

3. Find the analytic function as a function of z given that the sum of its real and

imaginary parts is

**4. Show that the real and Imaginary parts of analytic function are harmonic in
**

Cartesian form

5. Find the analytic function whose imaginary part is

6. If is analytic, show that

**BALLARI INSTITUTE OF TECNOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
**

DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS

Engineering Mathematics-IV

TUTORIAL SHEET-4[2012-13]

1.

**Define the following with examples
**

(a)Mutually exclusive events

(b) Independent events

(c) Exhaustive events

2.

If A and B are non mutually exclusive events , prove that

3.

4.

5.

**A chartered accountant applies for a job in two firms X and Y. He estimate that the
**

probability of his being selected in firm X is 0.7, and being rejected at Y is 0.5 and the

probability of atleast one of his applications being rejected is 0.6. What is the probability

that he will be selected in one of the firms?

State and prove Baye’s theorem

Three machines A, B and C produce respectively 60%, 30% and 10% of the total

production of a factory. The percentages of defective output of these machines are

respectively 2%, 3% and 4%. An item is select at random and is found defective. Find

the probability that the item was produced by the machine B.

**BALLARI INSTITUTE OF TECNOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
**

DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS

Engineering Mathematics-IV

TUTORIAL SHEET-4[2013-14]

1. In a bolt factory there are four machines manufacturing

respectively of the total

**production. Out of these 5 are defective. If a bolt is drawn at random was found
**

defective, what is the probability that it was manufactured by

2. If A and B are non mutually exclusive events, prove that

3. If

independent events, show that the events (i)

are independent (ii)

are

**independent (iii) are independent
**

4. Given . Find (i)

(ii)

(iii) (iv)

5. State and prove Baye’s theorem

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**

DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS

Engineering Mathematics-IV

TUTORIAL SHEET-4[2014-15]

**1. If A and B are two independent events, prove that
**

2. If are two events with probabilities 0.25 and 0.5 corresponding to respectively,

find the probability of if

a) are mutually exclusive

b)

are independent.

3. Given

**4. State and Prove Baye’s Theorem
**

5. In a bolt factory there are four machines manufacturing respectively of the total

production. Out of these 5 are

defective. If a bolt is drawn at random was found

defective, what is the probability that it was manufactured by

**BALLARI INSTITUTE OF TECNOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
**

DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS

Engineering Mathematics-IV

TUTORIAL SHEET-5[2012-13]

**1. Find the value of k such that the following distribution represents a finite
**

probability distribution. Hence find mean and standard deviation. Also find

2. Find the mean and standard deviation of Binomial distribution.

**3. The number of accidents per day (x) as recorded in a textile industry over a period
**

of 400 days is given. Fit a Poisson distribution for the data and calculate the

theoretical frequencies

0

1

2

3

4

5

173

168

37

18

3

1

4. The marks of 1000 students in an examination follow a normal distribution with

mean 70 and standard deviation 5. Find the number of students whose marks will be

(i) less than 65 (ii) more than75 (iii) between 65 and75

5. The probability that a bomb dropped hits the target is 0.2 Find the probability that

out of 6 bombs dropped (i ) Exactly 2 will be target (ii) at lest 3 will hit the target

**BALLARI INSTITUTE OF TECNOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
**

DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS

Engineering Mathematics-IV

TUTORIAL SHEET-5[2013-14]

**1. Find the value of k such that the following distribution represents a finite
**

probability distribution. Hence find mean and standard deviation. Also find

2.Find the mean and standard deviation of Poisson distribution.

**3. The marks of 1000 students in an examination follow a normal distribution with
**

mean 70 and standard deviation 5. Find the number of students whose marks will

be(i) less than 65 (ii) more than75 (iii) between 65 and75

4. The probability that a bomb dropped hits the target is 0.2 Find the probability that

out of 6 bombs dropped (i ) Exactly 2 will be target (ii) at lest 3 will hit the target

5. A set of 5 similar coins tossed 320 times gives following table.

0

1

2

3

requency

6

27

72

112

4

71

5

32

**BALLARI INSTITUTE OF TECNOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
**

DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS

Engineering Mathematics-IV

TUTORIAL SHEET-5[2014-15]

**1. Find the value of k such that the following distribution represents a finite
**

probability distribution. Hence find mean and standard deviation. Also find

2. Find the mean and standard deviation of Exponential distribution.

**3. A set of 5 similar coins tossed 320 times gives following table.
**

0

1

2

3

requency

6

27

72

112

4

71

5

32

**4. The marks of 500 students in an examination follow a normal distribution with
**

mean 65 and standard deviation 5. Find the number of students whose marks will

be (i) Less than 55 (ii) more than35 (iii) between 65 and75

5. The probability that a bomb dropped hits the target is 0.2 Find the probability that

out of 6 bombs dropped (i ) Exactly 2 will be target (ii) at lest 3 will hit the target

**BALLARI INSTITUTE OF TECNOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
**

DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS

Engineering Mathematics-IV

TUTORIAL SHEET-6[2012-13]

**1. A certain stimulus administered to each of the 12 patients resulted in the
**

following change in the blood pressure. 5, 2, 8, -1, 3, 0, 6, -2, 1, 5, 0, 4.

Can it be concluded that the stimulus will increase the blood pressure? (

**2. The marks of 1000 students in an examination follow a normal distribution with
**

mean 70 and standard deviation 5. Find the number of students whose marks

will be (i) less than 65 (ii) more than75 (iii) between 65 and75

**3. Define the following
**

(a) Null Hypothesis

(b) Type – I and Type-II error

(c) Significance level

4. A coin is tossed 1000 times and head turns up 540 times. Decide on the

hypothesis that the coin is unbiased.

5. The mean of two large samples of 1000 and 2000 members are 168.7 cms and

170 cms respectively. Can the samples be regarded as drawn from the same

Population of standard deviation 6.25 cms ?

6.A set of 5 similar coins tossed 320 times gives following table.

0

1

2

3

requency

6

27

72

112

Test the hypothesis that data follows binomial distribution

(Given =11.07)

4

71

**BALLARI INSTITUTE OF TECNOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
**

DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS

Engineering Mathematics-IV

TUTORIAL SHEET-6[2013-14]

**1. Define the following
**

(a) Null Hypothesis

(b) Type – I and Type-II error

5

32

(c) Significance level

2. The marks of 5000 students in an examination follow a normal distribution with

mean 70 and standard deviation 5. Find the number of students whose marks

will be (i) less than 65 (ii) more than75 (iii) between 65 and75

3. A coin is tossed 1000 times and head turns up 540 times. Decide on the

hypothesis that the coin is unbiased.

4. The mean of two large samples of 1000 and 2000 members are 168.7 cms and

a. 170 cms respectively. Can the samples be regarded as drawn from the

same

b. Population of standard deviation 6.25 cms ?

5. A set of 5 similar coins tossed 320 times gives following table.

0

6

1

27

2

72

3

112

requency

Test the hypothesis that data follows binomial distribution

(Given =11.07)

4

71

5

32

**6 .A certain stimulus administered to each of the 12 patients resulted in the
**

following change in the blood pressure. 5, 2, 8, -1, 3, 0, 6, -2, 1, 5, 0, 4. Can

it be concluded that the stimulus will increase the blood pressure?

(

**BALLARI INSTITUTE OF TECNOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
**

DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS

Engineering Mathematics-IV

TUTORIAL SHEET-6[2014-15]

**1. The marks of 3000 students in an examination follow a normal distribution with
**

mean 60 and standard deviation 10. Find the number of students whose marks

will be (i) less than 65 (ii) more than75 (iii) between 65 and75

2. A coin is tossed 1000 times and head turns up 540 times. Decide on the

hypothesis that the coin is unbiased.

3. The mean of two large samples of 1000 and 2000 members are 168.7 cms and

a. 170 cms respectively. Can the samples be regarded as drawn from the

same

b. Population of standard deviation 6.25 cms ?

4. Certain stimulus administered to each of the 12 patients resulted in the following

change in the blood pressure. 5, 2, 8, -1, 3, 0, 6, -2, 1, 5, 0, 4. Can it be

concluded that the stimulus will increase the blood pressure? (

**5. The number of accidents per day (x) as recorded in a textile industry over a
**

period of

400 days is given. Fit a Poisson distribution for the data and

calculate the theoretical frequencies

0

1

2

3

4

5

173

168

37

18

3

1

Test the hypothesis that data follows binomial distribution

(Given =11.07)

**BALLARI INSTITUTE OF TECNOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
**

DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS

Engineering Mathematics-IV

TUTORIAL SHEET-7[2012-13]

**1. Use Picard’s method to find y at x=0.25, 0.5 given =, y(0)=1.by taking
**

two Approximation

**2. If is analytic, show that
**

3. Evaluate over (i) (ii)

4. Expand in a Laurent’s series valid for

(i) (ii)

5. Apply Milne’s method to compute y(0.8) given ,given that

=0, =0.02, =0.0795, =0.1762, 0

,

6. Given that and the data , , , compute

**BALLARI INSTITUTE OF TECNOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
**

DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS

Engineering Mathematics-IV

TUTORIAL SHEET-7[2013-14]

**1. Find the bilinear transformation which maps the points into
**

.

2. Evaluate over (i) (ii)

3.

Expand in a Laurent’s series valid for (i) (ii) 3

**4. If A and B are non mutually exclusive events , prove that
**

5. A chartered accountant applies for a job in two firms X and Y. He estimate that the

probability of his being selected in firm X is 0.7, and being rejected at Y is 0.5 and the

probability of at least one of his applications being rejected is 0.6. What is the

probability that he will be selected in one of the firms?

6. Three machines A, B and C produce respectively 60%, 30% and 10% of the total

production of a factory. The percentages of defective output of these machines are

respectively 2%, 3% and 4%. An item is select at random and is found defective. Find

the probability that the item was produced by the machine B.

**BALLARI INSTITUTE OF TECNOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
**

DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS

Engineering Mathematics-IV

TUTORIAL SHEET-7[2014-15]

**1. Three machines A, B and C produce respectively 60%, 30% and 10% of the total
**

production of a factory. The percentages of defective output of these machines are

respectively 2%, 3% and 4%. An item is select at random and is found defective.

Find the probability that the item was produced by the machine B.

**2. Given that and the data , , , compute
**

3. State and prove Cauchy-Riemann equation in polar form

4. If is analytic, show that

5. If A and B are non mutually exclusive events , prove that

6. State and prove Baye’s theorem

**BALLARI INSTITUTE OF TECNOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
**

DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS

Engineering Mathematics-IV

TUTORIAL SHEET-8[2012-13]

1. Use modified Euler’s method to solve in the range

by taking given that at initially.

**2. Define the following with examples
**

(a)Mutually exclusive events

(b) Independent events

(c) Exhaustive events

3. Apply Milne’s method to compute y(0.8) given ,given that

=0, =0.02, =0.0795, =0.1762, 0

,

4. A chartered accountant applies for a job in two firms X and Y. He estimate that

the probability of his being selected in firm X is 0.7, and being rejected at Y is

0.5 and the probability of at least one of his applications being rejected is 0.6.

What is the probability that he will be selected in one of the firms?

5. Certain stimulus administered to each of the 12 patients resulted in the following

change in the blood pressure. 5, 2, 8, -1, 3, 0, 6, -2, 1, 5, 0, 4. Can it be

concluded that the stimulus will increase the blood pressure? (

**BALLARI INSTITUTE OF TECNOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
**

DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS

Engineering Mathematics-IV

TUTORIAL SHEET-8[2013-14]

**1. Using Runge-Kutta method of fourth order, find for the equation , taking
**

2. Given that and the data , , , compute

3. State and prove Cauchy-Riemann equation in polar form

**4. If A and B are non mutually exclusive events , prove that
**

5. The number of accidents per day (x) as recorded in a textile industry over a period of

400 days is given. Fit a Poisson distribution for the data and calculate the theoretical

frequencies

0

1

2

3

4

5

173

168

37

18

3

1

Test the hypothesis that data follows binomial distribution

(Given =11.07)

6. The marks of 500 students in an examination follow a normal distribution with

mean 65 and standard deviation 5. Find the number of students whose marks will

be (i) Less than 55 (ii) more than35 (iii) between 65 and75

**BALLARI INSTITUTE OF TECNOLOGY AND MANAGEMENT
**

DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS

Engineering Mathematics-IV

TUTORIAL SHEET-8[2014-15]

**1. Use Taylor’s series method, given , by taking step size
**

h=0.1,y=10 at x=0 initially.

**2. Show that the function is harmonic and find its harmonic conjugate. Also
**

determine the corresponding analytic function.

3. Use Picard’s method to obtain the third approximation to the solution of

given that

4. Three machines A, B and C produce respectively 60%, 30% and 10% of the total

production of a factory. The percentages of defective output of these machines

are respectively 2%, 3% and 4%. An item is select at random and is found

defective. Find the probability that the item was produced by the machine B.

5. Define the following

a. Null Hypothesis

b. Type – I and Type-II error

c. Significance level

6. A set of 5 similar coins tossed 320 times gives following table.

0

1

2

3

4

requency

6

27

72

112

71

5

32

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