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Document No 2-T28 R0

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Question Bank
Issue Date 11-09-2019

Subject Mathematics-I
Calculus-I
Subject Code 18BS1MA01

Sl Questions CO’s Marks


No
1.1. State Rolle’s Theorem and explain its geometrical meaning. CO1 5
2.2. State and Prove Lagrange’s Mean Value Theorem and explain its CO1 10
geometrical meaning.
3.3. State and Prove Cauchy’s Mean Value Theorem. CO1 5
4. Verify Rolle’s Theorem for the following functions in the given intervals
i) f ( x)  e x sin x in 0 ,   CO1 5

in 0 ,  
sin x CO1 5
ii) f ( x) 
ex
iii) f ( x)  x ( x  3) e 1/ 2 x in  3 , 0 CO1 5
5. Verify Lagrange’s Mean Value Theorem for the following functions in the given intervals
i) f ( x)  x ( x  1) ( x  2) in 0 ,1 / 2 CO1 5
ii) f ( x)  cos 2 x in 0 ,  / 2 CO1 5
iii) f ( x)  log x in 1, e CO1 5
6. Verify Cauchy’s Mean Value Theorem for the following functions in the given intervals
i) f ( x)  x  9 , g ( x)  x in 0 , 16 CO1 5

ii) f ( x)  log x g ( x)  in 1, e


1 CO1 5
x
iii) f ( x)  sin x , g ( x)  cos x in a , b CO1 5
7.
4. If 0  a  b , prove that
ba
1 b 2  
 tan 1 b  tan 1 a 
ba
1 a 2
and hence
CO1 7

deduce,
5  4  2  3 4  1
(i )  tan 1 2  (ii )   tan 1  
20 4 4 25 3 4 6

8.5. Employing the Lagrange’s Mean Value Theorem, prove that CO1 7
ba
1  a2

 sin 1 b  sin 1 a 
ba

1  b2
where a  b  1 .and hence deduce

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Faculty of Mathematics Dr Kokila Ramesh
Department
Document No 2-T28 R0
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 1 3  1
that ,   sin 1  
6 5 3 5 6 8

9. a b b CO1 7
6. If 0  a  b , prove that (by taking f ( x)  ln x )1   ln     1
b a a
1 1
.Deduce that ,  ln1.2  .
6 5
10   CO1 5
7. Expand sin x in powers of  x   up to the fourth degree terms and
 2
hence find sin 91  
11.8. Find the Taylor’s series expansion for log cos x about the point  / 3 . CO1 5
12.  x   / 4   x   / 4 CO1 5
2
1 1   
Prove that tan x  tan      ...
 4  1   /16 4 1   2 /16 
2 2

13. Compute to four decimal places the value of cos 32  by the use of  CO1 5
Taylor’s series.
14. Expand log x in powers of ( x  1) and hence evaluate log 1.1 correct to CO1 5
four decimal places.
15. Obtain the Maclaurin’s series expansion of the following functions
(i) sin x (ii) cos x (iii) tan x (iv) e sin x (v) 1  sin x CO1 5
each
16. Evaluate the following limits
cosh x  cos x a sin x  a xe x  log( 1  x) CO1 5
(i) Lt (ii) Lt (iii) Lt each
x0 x sin x x / 2 log sin x x0 cosh x  cos x
tan x  x
(iv) Lt
x 0 x 2 tan x
17. Evaluate the following limits
2 CO1 5
1 1  1 1   tan x 
1/ x
each
(i) Lt    (ii) Lt   x  (iii) Lt  x 
x0  x 2 sin 2 x  x0  x e  1 x0 
 x 
 1/ x
1
tan 
 a b c 
x x x x
 x  2a 
(iv) Lt   (v) Lt  2   (vi) Lt a x  x
x 0
 3  xa a x0

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Department
Document No 2-T28 R0
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18. ae x  b cos x  ce x CO1 5


9. If lim  2, then, Find ' a ' , ' b ' and ' c ' .
x 0 x sin x
19. sin 2 x  a sin x CO1 5
10. Find the value of ' a ' so that lim is finite and also find the
x 0 x3
limit.

20. x 1  a cos x   b sin x CO1 5


Find the values of ‘a’ and ‘b’ such that Lt 1.
x0 x3

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Faculty of Mathematics Dr Kokila Ramesh
Department