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Code No: RR220202

Set No. 1

II B.Tech II Semester Regular Examinations, Apr/May 2006

MATHEMATICS-III ( Common to Electrical & Electronic Engineering, Electronics & Communication Engineering, Electronics & Instrumentation Engineering, Electronics & Control Engineering, Electronics & Telematics, Metallurgy & Material Technology, Aeronautical Engineering and Instrumentation & Control Engineering)

Time: 3 hours

Max Marks: 80

Answer any FIVE Questions All Questions carry equal marks ⋆ ⋆ ⋆ ⋆ ⋆

(a)

1. Evaluate

1

1

(b)

Prove that

x

2 dx

x 5 interms of β function.

1

1

0

[ Γ ( n )] 2

1

(1 x n ) 1/n dx = 1

n 2Γ(2/n )

(c)

Prove that Γ

n Γ n Γ

1

2

n

3

Γ

n 1

n

= (2 ) n1

2

n

1/ 2

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2. Show that 4 J n (x)=J n 2 (x)-2J n (x)+J n +2 (x).

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3. Show that the function u=2 log (x 2 + y 2 ) is harmonic and ﬁnd its harmonic conjugate

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4.

(a)

(b) Prove that P n +1 ’+p n ’ =P 0 + 3P 1 + 5P 2

(a)

(2n+1) P n .

(b) Separate the real and imaginary parts of tan hz

(a) Evaluate

e z dz 2 +

2 ) 2 where c is | z | = 4 using Cauchy’s integral formula.

(z

c

2+ i

(b) Evaluate

1i

(2 x + iy + 1)dz along the straight line joining (1, -i) and (2,i)

(c)

dz

Evaluate z 3 (z +4)dz where c is | z | = 2 using Cauchy’s integral formula

c

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5. For the function f(z)=

(a)

2z 3 +1 z ( z

+1) ﬁnd Taylor’s series valid in a neighbourhood of

(b)

z=1

Find Laurent’s series for f(z) = z 2 (1 z ) and ﬁnd the region of convergence

1

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6. Find the poles and residues at each pole

2e z dz

C

(a)

(b) Evaluate

z

ze 1) 3

(z

3) where C is | z| = 2 by residue theorem.

z

(z

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(a)

7. Evaluate

2π

0

sin 2 θ dθ 6+3 cos

θ using residue theorem.

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(b)

Evaluate

α

0

dx

+1 using residue theorem.

x

6

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8. (a) Find and plot the rectangular region 0x1; 0 yz, under the transforma- tion w = 2 e iπ/4 z +(1-2i).

(b) Show that the map of the real axis of the z-plane on to the w-plane by the

1

transformation W = z + i is a circle. Find its center and radius.

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Code No: RR220202

Set No. 2

II B.Tech II Semester Regular Examinations, Apr/May 2006

MATHEMATICS-III ( Common to Electrical & Electronic Engineering, Electronics & Communication Engineering, Electronics & Instrumentation Engineering, Electronics & Control Engineering, Electronics & Telematics, Metallurgy & Material Technology, Aeronautical Engineering and Instrumentation & Control Engineering)

Time: 3 hours

Max Marks: 80

Answer any FIVE Questions All Questions carry equal marks ⋆ ⋆ ⋆ ⋆ ⋆

(a)

1. Show that

1

0

(1) n n !

x m (log x ) n dx = (m+1) n+1 where n is a positive interger and m> -1

(b) Show that β (m,n)=

n1

y

0

m+ n dy

(1+ y )

(c) Show that

0

x 4 e x 2 dx = 3 π

8

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2. Prove that P n (0)=0 for n odd and P n (0) = ( 2 n ( 1) n

(a)

2 n !
n
!
) 2
2

(b) Prove that J 2 -J 0 = 2 J 0

if n is even.

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3. Prove that U = e

(a)

x

[( x 2 y 2 ) cos y + 2 xy sin y ] is harmonic and the analytic

function whose real pant is u.

(b) Separate the real and imaginary parts of Sin h z.

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4. Evaluate using Cauchy’s integral formula

(a)

c

dz 6z +25) 2

(z

C being the circumference of the ellipse x 2 +4(y-2) 2 = 4

(b) Evaluate

1+ i

0

( x y + ix 2 ) dz along

i. z=0 to 1+I

ii. The real axis from z=0 to 1 and their along a line parallel to the ‘ imagi- nary axis from z=1 to 1+i

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5. State and derive Laurent’s series for an analytic function f (z).

(a)

(b)

1

Expand (z 2 3z +2) in the region

 i. 0 < | z – 1 | < 1 ii. 1 < | z | < 2.

(a)

6. Determine the poles of the function and the corresponding residues

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z

+1

z

2 (z 2)

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(b) Evaluate

c

Z 3 Z 2 +2Z

+5 dz where C is the circle using residue theorem

i.

| Z

| =

1

ii. | Z+1-i | = 2

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7. (a) Use method of contour integration to prove that

(b)

Evaluate

0

dx

(x 2 +9)(x 2 +4) 2 using residue theorem.

2π

0

1+ a 2 2aCosθ = 2π

1

a 2 ,0 < a < 1

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8. (a) Find the image of the region in the z-plane between the lines y=0 and y=Π/2 under the transformation W = e z

(b) Find the image of the line x=4 in z-plane under the transformation w=z 2

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Set No. 3

II B.Tech II Semester Regular Examinations, Apr/May 2006

MATHEMATICS-III ( Common to Electrical & Electronic Engineering, Electronics & Communication Engineering, Electronics & Instrumentation Engineering, Electronics & Control Engineering, Electronics & Telematics, Metallurgy & Material Technology, Aeronautical Engineering and Instrumentation & Control Engineering)

Time: 3 hours

Max Marks: 80

Answer any FIVE Questions All Questions carry equal marks ⋆ ⋆ ⋆ ⋆ ⋆

1. Show that β (m,n)=2

(a)

π/2

o

sin 2m 1 θ cos 2n 1 θdθ and deduce that

π/2
π/2
Γ( 1 2 (n +1)/2))Γ ( 1
2 )
sin n θdθ =
cos n θdθ =
2Γ( 1 2 (n +2))
o
o

(b) Prove that Γ(n) Γ( (1-n)=

sin n

(c)

Show that

0

x m e a 2 x 2 dx = 2a n+1 Γ( n + 1)/ 2 and hence deduce that

1

sin( x 2 ) dx = 1 / 2 π/ 2

cos( x 2 ) dx =

o o

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2. When n is a positive integer show that J n (x) = 1

(a)

π

π

0

cos( x sin θ ) .

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3. Show that the function u=2 log (x 2 + y 2 ) is harmonic and ﬁnd its harmonic conjugate

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(b)

(a)

Show that x 3 = 2 P 3 (x) + 3/5 P 1 (x).

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(b) Separate the real and imaginary parts of tan hz

4. Evaluate using Cauchy’s integral formula

(a)

c

(z

+1)dz

+4 where c :| z + 1 + i | = 2

z

2 +2z

(b)

Evaluate using Cauchy’s integral formula z from z = 0 to 4 + 2 i along the

curve C given by i) z=t 2 +it ii) Along the line z=0 to z=2: and there from z=2: to 4+2i

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C

5. State and prove Taylor’s theorem.

+3) in the region |z | < 2

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6. Find the poles, of f(z) and the residues of the poles which lie on imaginary

(a)

(b) Obtain Taylor series to represent the function

(a)

z 2 1 (z +2) ( z

axis if f(z) =

(z 2 +2z ) (z +1) 2 (z 2 +4)

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2z

(b) Evaluate +1) 3 using residue theorem.

e

C

(z

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7. (a) Show that

2π

0

dθ a+ bSinθ =

2π

0

dθ a+ bSinθ =

(b) Evaluate by contour integration

0

2π

b 2 , a > b> 0 using residue theorem.

a 2

dx

1+ x 2

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8. (a) Under the transformation w=1/z, ﬁnd the image of the circle | z-2i| =2.

(b)

Under the transformation w = z iz i , ﬁnd the image of the circle | z| =1 in the

w-plane.

1

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Set No. 4

II B.Tech II Semester Regular Examinations, Apr/May 2006

MATHEMATICS-III ( Common to Electrical & Electronic Engineering, Electronics & Communication Engineering, Electronics & Instrumentation Engineering, Electronics & Control Engineering, Electronics & Telematics, Metallurgy & Material Technology, Aeronautical Engineering and Instrumentation & Control Engineering)

Time: 3 hours

Max Marks: 80

Answer any FIVE Questions All Questions carry equal marks ⋆ ⋆ ⋆ ⋆ ⋆

1. Show that Γ(n) =

(a)

1

0

(log 1/y ) n 1 dy

(b) Prove that

(c)

1

0

x

2 dx

1

x 4

1
1
Γ(
dx
n )
1
1
√ 1− x n = √ π Γ(
n
n + 2 )
0

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1

2. Prove that 1 2tx + t 2 = P 0 (x) + P 1 (x) t + P 2 (x) t 2 +

(a)

(b) Write J 5/2 (x) in ﬁnite form.

3. Test for analyticity at the origin for f(z) = x 3 y (y ix )

(a)

x 6 + y 2

= 0

for z = 0 for z = 0.

(b) Find all values of z which satisfy (i) e z = 1+i (ii) sinz =2.

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4. Evaluate ( y 2 + 2 xy ) dx + (x 2 2 xy ) dy where C is the boundary of the region

(a)

c

by y=x 2 and x=y 2

(b) Evaluate using Cauchy’s theorem

c

Cauchy’s integral formula

z 3 e z dz

(z

1) 3

where c is | z 1 | = 1 / 2 using

(c) Evaluate

(1, 1)

(0, 0)

(3 x 2 + 5 y + i( x 2 y 2 ) dz along y 2 =x.

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1

5. Find the Laurent expansion of z 2 4z +3 , for 1 < | z | < 3.

(a)

(b) Expand the Laurent series of

z

2 1

+3) , for | z | > 3.

(z

+2)(z

6. Find the poles and residues at each pole Tanhz

C

z 3 dz (31) 2 (z

(a)

(b) Evaluate

3) where c is | z | = 2 by residue theorem.

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(a)

7. Evaluate

2π

0

sin 2 θ dθ a + b cos

θ using residue theorem.

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(b)

Evaluate

−∞

x

2 dx

2 +4) using residue theorem.

(x 2 +1) (x

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8. (a) Show that the transformation w=z+1/z converts the straight line arg z=a(| a | < π /2) in to a branch of the hyperabola of eccentricity sec a

(b) Find the bilinear transformation which maps the points (0, 1, ) into the

points (-1, -2, -i).

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