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Sc & BS Mathematics

UNIT # 03

VECTOR CALCULUS

Introduction:

In this chapter, we shall discuss the vector functions, limits and continuity, differentiation and integration of

a vector function.

Vector Function:

A vector function from set D to set R [ : D is a rule or corresponding that assigns to each

For your information (i) Set D is called domain of . (ii) Set R is called range of .

It is written as =L [ It is studied as as t ]

Rules of Limit:

(2) ] ]

(3) ] ]

[ ]

(4) [ ]

(5) =

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Differentiation of a Vector Function:

or =

or

or

: :

or

Example#02: If (t) = Find (i) (ii) (iii) | | (iv) | |

(i) [ ]

(ii) = [ ] =

(iii) | | = = =

(iv) | | = = =1

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Exercise # 3.1

Q#01: Evaluate ( )

Solution: Let L [ ]

L=[ ] [ ] [ ]

L=

Q#02: Evaluate [ ]

Solution: Let L= [ ]

L=

L=

L= =

Q#03: Example #01: If the vector function ={

( )=

[ ] [ ]=

16 b =

Comparing coefficients of

: 16 b = 4 b= b=

: =

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Q#04: If the vector function ={

[ ] =

c =

Comparing coefficients of

: c=3

------------(i)

: 4( = 1

Multiplying by 3: ---------------(ii)

a=

using in (ii)

8( )

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Q#05:If the vector function ={

[ ] =

Comparing coefficients of

-------------(i)

------------(ii)

Multiplying by 2: 2 -------------(iii)

-------(iv)

Using a= 5 in (iv)

c= 6

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Q#06: If (t) = . Find | |

Now | | = =

| |=

Now | | =

= =

| |=

(t) . (t) = [ [

= + t =

(t) (t) = | |

= | | | | | |

= [ ]

= [ ]

=[

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Differentiate w. r . t t

Now | |

| | =

| |

(i) Differentiate w. r . t t

Differentiate w. r. t t

Again Differentiate w. r. t t

Now

. ( ) . ( )

=( ) +( )( )+(0)(0)

= +0

Hence proved . = 0.

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Differentiate w. r. t t

At t = 0 : =0

At t = : =1

Again Differentiate w. r. t t

At t = 0 :

At t = : =

( )

( ) ( )

( )

( )

Now

[( ) ( ) ] [( ) ]

=( )( ) ( )( )

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Q#14:If

Solution: Given

| | | |

Solution: Given

Now = [ ]= = = ------(i)

= [ ]= = = -----(ii)

= = -----------------------------------------------------(iii)

From (i) ,(ii) & (iii) this shows that the given vector function is discontinuous at t = 0.

Differentiate w. r. t t

Again differentiate w. r. t t

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Rules of Differentiation:

(i) [ ]

(ii) [ ]

(iii) [ ]

(iv)

(v) [ ] ( ) ( ) ( )

(vi) [ ] ( ) ( ) ( )

Let be constant vector. Then =0

Let Then =

Theorem #I :

Show that Necessary and sufficient condition for a vector of scalar variable t to be a constant is = 0.

= constant

Differentiate w .r .t t = ( constant ) =0

Conversely, suppose that =0 dt

The Necessary and sufficient condition for a vector of scalar variable t to be a constant is = 0.

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Theorem #II: Show that Necessary and sufficient condition for a vector of scalar variable t to have a

constant magnitude is = 0.

|| = constant

We know that ||

constant

Conversely , suppose that

||

=

|| )

|| = constant

The Necessary and sufficient condition for a vector of scalar variable t to have a constant

magnitude is =0

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Theorem #III: Show that Necessary and sufficient condition for a vector of scalar variable t to have a

constant direction is =0.

Then = 0 ------------------------------------------(i)

As we know that = ---------- ----------(ii) || = a

Differentiate w.r.t t = = +a -------------(iii)

( )

----------(iv)

From (i) =0

=0

Then equation (iv) will become ( ) =0

Here but =0 Therefore = constant

The Necessary and sufficient condition for a vector of scalar variable t to have a constant direction

is = 0.

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Example#01: = . Find &

Then &

(t) =

(i)

(ii) =

(iii) | | = = =

(iv) | | = = =1

Example#03: If = . Where n is a constant . show that =n

Solution: Given vector function is = Then

Now =| |=0 | |

= [ ]

= Hence proved

Example#04: If be differentiable vector function of scalar variable t then show that ( )=

Solution: L.H.S = ( )= +

= 0 +

= = R.H.S

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= . Then Show that (i) (ii) ( )

Then = -------(ii)

(i) =

= [ ]

Hence proved.

=( ) ( )

= ( ) ( ) ( )

= ( ) ( )

= ( )

( ) Hence proved.

Example# 06: if .Then show that .

Solution: Taking L.H.S

Using given values

= ---------------(i)

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Example: 07: Differentiate the following w. r. t t . where vector function of scalar variable t.

be constant vector and m is any scalar. (i) (ii) (iii)

(iv) (v) + (vi) m ( ) (vii) (viii)

Differentiate w.r.t t = = = =0

Differentiate w.r.t t = = = =0

(iii) Let (t) =

Differentiate w.r.t t = ( )= =( ) ( )

(iv) Let (t) =

Differentiate w.r.t t = ( )=

= 0

Differentiate w.r.t t = ( )= = ( )

= = ( )

(vi) Let (t) = ( )

Differentiate w.r.t t = ( ) = 2 m ( )[ ( )] = 2m

(vii) Let (t) =

Differentiate w.r.t t

( ) ( ) ( )[ ]

= ( )= = =0

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Differentiate w.r.t t

[ ] [ ]

= ( )= =

[ ] [ ]

= =0

[ ] [ ]

=

[ ] [ ] [ ] [ ]

= =

acceleration at t = 0 & t = .

Solution: Let

Putting , we get

Velocity: Differentiate w. r. t t.

= =

At t = 0: = = =

At t= : = = =

Acceleration: Differentiate w. r. t t.

= =

At t = 0: = = =

At t= : = = =

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Exercise#3.2

Q#01 :If (t) = & (t) =

Find ].

Solution: Given

Then ]+[

] =

Solution: Given

Then = [ ].[ ]

= +

[ ] =

= | |= | | | | | |

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=

Now

[ ]

Now = [ ].[ ]=

= +

[ ] = 2 = 2

& = | | = | | | | | |

[ ]

[ ]

Q#03: (i) If is position vector of moving point then show that = here | | = r.

(ii)Interpret the relation .

(i) If is position vector of moving point then show that = here | | = r.

=

Differentiate w.r.t t =

r

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2 r

r Hence proved.

(ii)Interpret the relation .

(a) If are perpendicular. ( Then

As | | | | | | | | Because

(b) If are parallel . ( Then

As | | | | | | | | Because

Q#04: If = Then show that .

Solution: Given vector function = Then

Now | | | | Expanding by

= [ ]

Hence proved .

Solution: Given

(t) =

Then

Now

( )

= ( ) ( )

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= ( ) ( )

= ( )[ ]

= ( )

Hence proved

Q#06: If is a unit vector then prove that | | =| |

Then | | || | |

We know that are perpendicular vectors. Then

| | || | |

| | = (1) | | (1) || =1

| | =| |

Hence proved.

= then prove that + .

Solution: Given vector function is = ------(i)

Then +

& = +

= +

= +

= + From(i)

+ Hence proved.

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Q#08: If = a then show that

(i) [ ]= (ii) | |= sec

Then a ;

= a

= a

[ ] ( ) =| | | | Expandingby

= = [ ]

[ ]= Hence proved.

=| |= | | | | | |

= ]

Taking magnitude | |

= =

= =

| |= sec Hence proved

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(i) 4 (ii) )

Then

(i) =

= ]

4 Hence proved .

(ii) Now ( ) ( )

= ( ) ( )

= ( ) ( )

= ( )[ ]

= ( ) Hence proved .

Q#10: If = . Where are constant vectors. Show that

Then

From (i)

Hence proved .

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Q#11: If = . Where are constant vectors. Show that

Then

&

Now ]

Hence proved .

(a) | | = + (b) | | = ( + ) (c ) [ ]= b

(ii) If = . Where are constant vectors . Show that

Then a

& = a

= a

| |= = =

| |=

| | = + Hence proved

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(b) =| |= | | | | | |

= ]

Taking magnitude | | =

| | = = )

Taking square on both sides | | = ( + )

(c ) [ ] ( )=| | | | Expanding by

= = [ ]

[ ]= Hence proved.

(ii) If = . Where are constant vectors . Show that

Then

From (i)

Hence proved.

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Q#13:If ( )=

Solution: If

( )=

= 0

( ) = Hence proved.

Q#14: If = ( ) . Where n is a constant . show that =

= ( )

Differentiate w. r. t t

( ) ( )

Now =| |= 0 | |

= [ ( ) ( )]

= [ ]

= [ ]= [ ]= [ ]

= Hence proved.

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=( )( )=

Now ) = 5[ =5

= (5

( ) ( ) = ( )( )+(t)(t)+ ( = + +

= +

Differentiate w.r. t t

) = 6

(iii) | | = | | | | | |

= [

= [

= [

Differentiate w.r. t t

)= [

= [

= [(

Q#16: If [ . ( )]= (

Solution: If

[ . ( )] = . ( )+ [ . ( )+ . ( )

= ( )+ (

= 0 (

[ . ( )] = ( Hence proved.

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Q#17: Show that [ ] =

Solution: Let [ ] [ ] [ ]

=[ ( )] [ ( ) ]

[ ]= Hence proved.

Q#18: If (t) is a unit vector then show that ( ) ( ) = 1.

||

----------(i) ||

Differentiate (i) w. r .t t (

=0

2 =0

=0

Again differentiate w.r. t t ( )=

=0 ( )

( ) = 0------------(ii)

( )

( ) ( ) =1 Hence proved.

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Q#19: If is a unit vector in the direction of . Then prove that = ||

||

----------------(i)

Differentiate (i) w. r .t t. = || ------------(ii)

= || ||

= || Hence proved.

Q#20: If t) is a vector of magnitude 2. then show that ( ) ( ) = 1.

. Then ||

----------(i) ||

Differentiate (i) w. r .t t (

=0

2 =0

=0

Again differentiate w.r. t t ( )=

=0 ( )

( ) = 0-------(ii)

( )

( ) ( ) =4 Hence proved.

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Q#21: If are vector function of scalar variable t. then show that

(i) [ ( ) ( )+ (

(ii) [ ( ) ( ) ( )+ (

[ ( ) ( )+ (

Solution: Let

[ ( ) ( )+ (

[ ( ) ( )+ ( Hence proved.

[ ( ) ( )+ (

Solution: Let

[ ( ) ( )+ (

[ ( ) ( )+ ( Hence proved.

( ) =

( ) ( ) ( )

= ( ) ( ) ( ) ( )

( ) = ( ) ( ) ---------------(i)

( ) ( ) ( )---------------(ii)

From (i) & (ii) Hence proved that

( ) ( )

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Q#23: If (t) is a unit vector then show that ( ) ( ) = 1.

| |

----------(i) | |

Differentiate (i) w. r .t t (

=0

2 =0

=0

Again differentiate w.r. t t ( )=

=0 ( )

( ) = 0-------------(ii)

( )

( ) ( ) =1

Hence proved.

Solution: Let

[ ] [ ] [ ]

=[ ] [ ( ) ]

[ ] =

Hence proved

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Q#24 (ii)If is a unit vector in the direction of vector (t) . Then show that

.

||

------------------------------------(i)

Differentiate w. r. t t --------------------(ii)

= [ ]

= )

= ( ) ) =

= ( )

= ( )

Hence proved

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(i) 2 (ii) [ ]= 8 (iii) = here | | = r .

Then

= & =

(i) =| |= | | | | | |

= ]=

(ii) [ ] ( ) =| | Expanding by R3

=0+0+2| |=

[ ]= Hence proved.

(iii ) Given = 2t

Now (2t ) . ( ) = ( )

= --------------------------------------------(i)

Then || ( ) =

Differentiate w.r.t t 2 = =

Dividing by = --------------------------------------------(ii)

From (i) & (ii) hence proved =

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( )

Q#26: If ( )

.

||

Solution: Let

( ) ( = ------(i)

||

If

Then . || | | ----------------------------------------------------------------------(iii)

Now taking

|| | |

L.H.S = ( )

|| (||)

||[|| | |]

= Multiplying and dividing by ||

(||)

|||| || | |

= From(ii) || ( )

[( ) ]

(||) ( )

=

From(iii) . || | |

( )

( ) ( )

(||)

( )

=R.H.S

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(i) Necessary and sufficient condition for a vector of scalar variable t to be a constant is =0

Differentiate w .r .t t = ( constant ) =0

Conversely, suppose that =0 dt

=

Hence prove that

The Necessary and sufficient condition for a vector of scalar variable t to be a constant is = 0.

(ii)Necessary and sufficient condition for a vector of scalar variable t to have a constant magnitude is =0.

Proof: By given condition. That vector have a constant magnitude. Then || = constant

Conversely , suppose that

=0 =

||

= || )

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Hence prove that Necessary and sufficient condition for a vector of scalar variable t to have a constant

magnitude is =0

(iii)Necessary and sufficient condition for a vector of scalar variable t to have a constant direction is =0

Proof: Let be unit vector in the direction of vector . By given condition, that direction is constant .

= constant Then = 0 --------------------(i)

As we know that = ------------------(ii) || = f

Differentiate w.r.t t =

= +f ----------------------(iii)

( )

-----------------------------(iv)

From (i) =0

=0

( )

Here but =0 Therefore = constant

Hence prove that Necessary and sufficient condition for a vector of scalar variable t to have a constant

direction is = 0.

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Q#28: A particle that move along a curve . Where t is time Find component

Solution: Let =

Putting

Velocity: Differentiate w. r. t t. = =

At t = 1: = = =

Acceleration: Differentiate w. r. t t. = =

At t = 1: = =

Let = Then = || = = =

Now

( )

Component of along =. ( ) (

)= = =

( )

Component of along =. ( ) (

)= = =

Q#29: A particle moves , so that its position vector is given by = . Where is constant. Show

that (i) the velocity of a particle is perpendicular to (ii) The acceleration is directed toward the origin

and has magnitude proportional to the displacement from the origin. (iii) .

Velocity: Differentiate w. r. t t. = = - ----------(ii)

Acceleration: Differentiate w. r. t t . = = - ------(iii)

= ( ) ( =

= 0

Hence prove

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(ii) We have to prove .

= From (i)

This shows that . Negative sign indicate the acceleration is directed toward the origin .

| |= | | Expanding by C3

= = ]

where t is time

(a) Determine its velocity and acceleration at any time t (b) Find magnitudes of velocity and acceleration at t = 0.

Solution: Let =

Putting

(a) Velocity: Differentiate w. r. t t. = =

Acceleration: Differentiate w. r. t t. = =

= =

||= =

Magnitude of Acceleration: at t

= = =

||= =

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Q#31: Find the velocity and acceleration of a particle moves along a curve whose parametric equation are

Solution: Let =

Putting Then =

Velocity: Differentiate w. r. t t. = =

||= = = = 10

Acceleration: Differentiate w. r. t t. = =

||= = = = 18

Q#32: A particle that move along a curve . Where t is time Find component

Solution: Let =

Putting Then =

Velocity: Differentiate w. r. t t. = =

At t = 1: = = =

Acceleration: Differentiate w. r. t t = =

At t = 1 = =

Let = Then = = = =

||

Now

( )

Component of along = . ( ) (

)=

= = = = =

( )

Component of along =. ( ) (

)=

= = = =

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INTEGRATION OF A VECTOR FUNCTION :

Then ------------------------(ii)

Let ------(iii)

+ =

Equating coefficients of

Hence proved.

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Solution: Given

[ ] =

= [ ] [ ( )]

= [ ] [ ] ] +c {c is constant of integration}

(ii) = [ ] [ ] ] = [( ) ( )] [ ] ]

= [ ] [ ] ]

Example# 02:Solve = . & are constant vectors and is a vector function of t.

Solution: Given equation is =

On Integrating both sides ( ) ---------(i)

Let ( ) =0

( ) ( )

On Integrating both side ( ) = ( )

From (i)

------------(ii)

Let = =

= ( )

On Integrating both sides = ( )

=( )

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Example#03:Find the value of satisfying the equation = . Where is a constant of vector , also it is

given that when t= 0, and .

Solution: Given equation =

On integrating both sides = = ------------------------(i)

When t= 0 & = then = A=

Using in equation ( i) =

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Exercise # 3.3

Q#01: Integrate the following w. r. t t.

(i) (ii)

= [ ]

= ]

= [ ] [ ] ]

=[ ]

= ]

= ]

Q#02: If . Prove that ( ) =

Solution: Given vector Then & =

Now | |= | | | | | |

= =

On Integrating.

( ) =[ ] = ]

( ) = [ ( )] [ ( )] ( )] =

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Now applying limits

( ) = =

= =

( ) = Hence proved.

and

= [ ] = ]

= [ ( )] [ ( )] ]

= ---------------(i)

= =

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Q#04: Solve = where is a constant of vector, given that and at t=0.

Solution: Given equation =

On integrating both sides = = ------------------------(i)

When t= 0 & = then A= 0

Using in equation ( i) =

Q#05: If = and and = when t= 0 show that the tip of position vector

a parabola.

Solution: Given =

On integrating both sides = + ----------------(i)

Given initial values at t = 0 & =

= + =

Using = in Equation (i) = +

=2 -------(ii)

=

Comparing equation (iii) with =x

x =2

x =2( ) x =2 x=

8x

This is an equation of parabola. Hence proved that the tip of position vector a parabola.

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Q#06: Solve the equation +2

Solution: Given equation +2

This is higher order differential equation we can solve it by the following method.

Put = & in given equation

+ 2 [ +2

Characteristic equation:

By using quadratic formula D = = = = =

Characteristic Solution:

= { + }

Q#07 : Solve the equation =

Solution: Given equation =

This is Higher order differential equation we can solve it by the following method.

Put =

Characteristic equation :

=0

&

Characteristic Solution:

= + & = +

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Q#08:If is a vector function , Solve the equation where and are constants

Solution: Given Equation is Or

= ----------------(i)

= -------(ii)

Q#09: Solve the equation 2 Such that

This is higher order differential equation we can solve it by using the following method.

Put = ; = & in given equation

[ 2

Characteristic equation:

2 =0

D[ 2]=0

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Either D= 0 or 2=0 {This is a quadratic equation in D }

By using quadratic formula D= = = =

D= = or D= = Hence D

Characteristic Solution :

= +

= + ---------(A)

At t = 0 & + = + = ---------------(i)

= 0+

At t = 0 & + = + = -------------------(ii)

= +

At t =0 & + + ----------------(iii)

[ ]= =

+ = ( ) ( ) = ( ) ( )

=( ) ( ) ( )

= ( ) +( )

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(i)

Proof: Let [ ] . + [ ]

. + [ ]

[ ]

( )

( ) =

(ii)

Proof: Let [ ] + [ ]

+ [ ]

[ ]

( )

( ) =

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Q#11: Evaluate if =2 & =4 .

Solution: We know that Then

Let I = = = = | | = =

I= | | | | ---------- (i)

Given that

=2 & =4 .

Then | | | |

| | | |

I= | | | | = = 10

Hence = 10

Solution: Given =

= [ ] = ]

= [ ( )]

= ---------------(i)

Given that =2

= = =

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(b)

Solution: Given

(i) [ ]

= ]

= [ ] [ ] ]

= [ ] ] + c {c is constant of integration}

(ii) = [ ] ]

= [( ) ( )] [( ) ( )] ]

= ]

Solution: Let I=

I = [ ] [ ]

I= [ ( )] [ ( )]

I =

I = [ ] [ ]

I=

I=

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Q#15: Evaluate if =5 & = .

Solution: We know that Then

I = = = = | | = =

I= | | | | ---------- (i)

Then | | | |

| | | |

| | | |

I= | | | | = = 54

Hence = 54

Q#16: Example#05:If . Prove that ( ) =

Solution: Given vector Then & =

Now | |= | | | | | |

= =

On Integrating ( ) =[ ] = ]

( ) = [ ( )] [ ( )] ( )] =

Now ( ) = =

= =

( ) = Hence proved.

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Then ) = | |= | | | | | |

= =

( ) 17

Now I = ( ) [ ( ) ( ) ] [ ]

I =[ ] =[ ]=[ ]

I [ ]=[ ]=[ ]= =1

Q# 18: Evaluate if =5 & = .

Solution: We know that Then

I = = = = | | = =

I= | | | | ---------- (i)

Then | | | |

| | | |

| | | |

I= | | | | = = 54

Hence = 54

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Q# 19: (i) Example#04: Integrate the equation = .

Multiplying both sides of equation by ( ):

( ) = ( )

On integrating both sides ( ) ( ) = ( )

( )

{Power rule of integration} = +A

( )

= +A

Multiplying both sides by 2 ( ) =

( ) =

Q# 19: (ii)If = . then show that ( ) =

Solution : Given equation is =

Multiplying both sides of equation by ( )

( ) = ( )

On integrating both sides ( ) ( ) = ( )

( )

{Power rule of integration} = +A

( )

= +A

Multiplying both sides by 2 ( ) =

Hence proved ( ) =

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Q#20: If = . Find , when t = 0, and

Solution: Given equation =

On integrating both sides = [ ]

= ]

= [ ( )] [ ( )] ] +

= +

= -------------(i)

When t= 0 &

Using in equation (i) =

= [ ]

= ]

= [ ( ) ] [ ( )] ] +

= +

= -------------(ii)

= =

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Q#21: If : Find

) = ( )

= [( )( ) ] [( ) ( )]

( ) (6+5t) (3 )

) =

Now

I = ( ) [ ]

[ ]

= [ ( ) ] [ ( ) ( )] ( ) ]

= [{ ( ) } { ( ) }] [{ ( ) ( )} { ( ) ( )}]

[{( ) } {( ) }]

= [ ] [ ] [ ]

= [ ] [ ] [ ]

= [ ] [ ] [ ]

= [ ] [ ] [ ]

I=

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Q#22: The acceleration of a particle at any time t is given by = . If velocity

& Displacement are zero at t=0 . then find & at any time.

Solution: Given that = =

= ]

= [ ( )] [ ( )] ( )] +

= 6 +-------------(i)

When t = 0 &

6 +

= =6

= ]

= [ ( )] [ ( ) ] [ ] +

= +-------------(ii)

=0 =

= +

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