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THE UNIVERSITY OF TRINIDAD & TOBAGO

ALTERNATE ASSESSMENT/EXAMINATIONS DECEMBER 2012

Course Code and Title: Engineering Mathematics I / MATH1001
Programme: BASc.
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(3) Use the result [6] [10] e at f (t )  L1 F (s  a) to find the inverse Laplace transform of 20 s  32  9 2 L1 F (s)  tf (t ) (4) Use the result to find (5) Use the result [9]   L1 5 ln( s  3) 2 . 2 2  s  8 s  8  49    [9] [8] Page 2 of 6 © The University of Trinidad & Tobago December 2012 alternate Examinations (MATH1001) .(1) Obtain the Laplace transforms of the following functions (a) f (t )  t 3  cos 4t  4e t [4] (b) f (t )  sinh 3t  cosh 5t [3] f (t )  5t  3 sin 2 6t (c) (2) Use the result L{tf (t )}   F  (s) to find the Laplace transform of t cosh 3t . to obtain   50 (6) Find L1  . [11] L{tf (t )}   F  (s)   L1 te 8t cos 8t .

y(0)  1 [8] (8) Using the method of undetermined coefficients.(7) Using Laplace transforms. solve y   11y   28 y  2 cos x  4 sin x [16] Page 3 of 6 © The University of Trinidad & Tobago December 2012 alternate Examinations (MATH1001) . y(0)  0 [16] (b) y   7 y  t . solve the following differential equations subject to the given conditions (a) y   11y   12 y  0. y (0)  1.

FORMULA SHEET for MATH1001 USEFUL TRIGONOMETRIC IDENTITIES sin 2   cos 2   1  sin 2   1  cos 2  OR cos 2   1  sin 2  tan 2   1  sec 2  cot 2   1  csc 2  sin 2 A  2 sin A cos A cos 2 A  cos 2 A  sin 2 A  2 cos 2 A  1  1  2 sin 2 A 2 tan A tan 2 A  1  tan 2 A 1 sin 2   (1  cos 2 ) 2 1 cos 2   (1  cos 2 ) 2 INTEGRATION OF TRIGONOMETRIC FUNCTIONS  sin udu   cos u  C  cos udu  sin u  C  tan udu   ln cos u  C  ln sec u  C  csc udu  ln(csc u  cot u)  C  sec udu  ln(sec u  tan u)  C  cot udu  ln sin u  C  sec udu  tan u  C  csc udu   cot u  C  sec u tan udu  sec u  C  csc u cot udu   csc u  C 2 2 REDUCTION OF ORDER y   p( x) y   q( x) y  0 1  Pdx u 2e  y1 y 2  y1  udx Page 4 of 6 © The University of Trinidad & Tobago December 2012 alternate Examinations (MATH1001) .

n  1. Le at sin bt  (t). L f (t )  s F (s)  sf (0)  f (0) ( n) n n 1 n2 (y).. Le at (1  at )  ( s  a) 2 a3 s 2 (s 2  a 2 ) s ( a  b) (j). Lsinh kt  2 2 (v). Lte at   s  a 2 s (m). Lat  sin at   (o). L[(b  a)t  1]e at   ( s  a) 2 (g)... L 0 f ( )d  F (s) 2as 2 (s 2  a 2 ) 2 (r). Lsin at  at cos at     t  1 s (z).. L {1}  (b). Lt n   1 s (c). L1  e at   1 sa (e). Lsin at  2 2 s a s s  a2 2 a2 s( s 2  a 2 ) ba (i).VARIATION OF PARAMETERS y   p( x) y   q( x) y  r ( x) y r yr y p   y1  2 d x  y 2  1 dx W W W  y1 y 2  y 2 y1 TABLE OF LAPLACE TRANSFORMS (a). Lt cos at   where F(s) = L{f(t)} = e  st f (t )dt t 0 Page 5 of 6 © The University of Trinidad & Tobago December 2012 alternate Examinations (MATH1001) . L f (t )  s F (s)  s f (0)  s f (0). L1  cos at   s n 1 (d).2. Lsin at  at cos at   2a 3 (s 2  a 2 ) 2 (p). L f (t )  sF (s)  f (0) (x). Lcos at  n! (h). L e at  e bt  ( s  a)(s  b) 1 (k). a s( s  a) a (f). Lt sin at   2as (s  a 2 ) 2 2 s2  a2 (s 2  a 2 ) 2 b sa (s).  sf ( n2) (0)  f ( n1) (0) (q). Le at cos bt  2 2 ( s  a)  b ( s  a) 2  b 2 k s (u). Lt n1e at   s  a n sb (n). Lcosh kt  2 2 s k s k 2 (w). Le at   .3. L ae at  be bt  ( s  a)( s  b) n  1! (l).

CONVOLUTION THEOREM: L f * g (t )  F (s)  G(s) t f * g (t )   f (t  u ) g (u )du  g * f (t ) 0 FIRST SHIFTING THEOREM L e at f (t )  F (s  a)   SECOND SHIFTING THEOREM L{u(t-a ) f (t-a )}  e -as L{ f (t )} DIFFERENTIATION OF TRANSFORMS L{tf (t )}   F (s) INTEGRATION OF TRANSFORMS   f (t )  ~ ~ L    F ( s ) ds  t  s Page 6 of 6 © The University of Trinidad & Tobago December 2012 alternate Examinations (MATH1001) .