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RAJALAKSHMI ENGINEERING COLLEGE DEPARTMENT OF MATHEMATICS 181301 - ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS III UNIT I FOURIER SERIES PART A 1) Write the

he conditions for a function f(x) to satisfy for the existence of a Fourier series. [April/May 2010]
2

2) If x

4
n 1

1 1 cos nx , deduce that 2 2 1 n

1 22
2

1 32

....

[April/May 2010] 3) Find the constant term in the expansion of cos x as a Fourier series in the interval [Nov./Dec. 2010] , . 4) Find the root mean square value of f ( x)
x 2 in 0, l .

[Nov./Dec. 2010]

5) Give the expression for the Fourier Series co-efficient bn for the function f(x) defined in (-2, 2). [April/May 2011] 6) Without finding the values of a 0 , a n and bn , the Fourier coefficients of Fourier series, for the function F ( x)
x3

in the interval

0,

find the value of [April/May 2011]

a0 2 2

an 2 bn 2
n 1

UNIT II - FOURIER TRANSFORMS PART A 1. Find the Fourier cosine transform of e


ax

, x 0.

[April/May 2010]

2. If F(x) is the Fourier transform of f(x), show that F ( f ( x a)) eias F ( s ) . [April/May 2010] 3. Write the Fourier transform pair. 4. Find the Fourier sine transform of f ( x) e
ax

[Nov./Dec. 2010] , a

0.

[Nov./Dec. 2010]

5. State and prove the change of scale property of Fourier Transform. [April/May 2011] 6. If FC ( s ) is the Fourier cosine transform of f(x), prove that the Fourier cosine transform of f (ax) is FC
s . a

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UNIT III PARTIAL DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS PART A 1) Form the partial differential equation by eliminating the constants a and b from [April/May 2010] z x 2 a 2 y 2 b2 . 2) Solve the partial differential equation pq = x. [April/May 2010] 3) Form the partial differential equation by eliminating the arbitrary function from x z 2 xy f . [Nov./Dec. 2010] z 4) Find the particular integral of D 2 2 DD' D'
2

ex y .

[Nov./Dec. 2010]

5) Form the partial differential equation by climinating the arbitrary constants a and b from z x 2 a y 2 b . [April/May 2011] 6) Solve the equation D D'
3

0.

[April/May 2011]

UNIT IV APPLICATIONS OF PARTIAL DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS PART - A

1. Find the Z-transform of sin 2. 3. 4. 5.

6.

n . [April/May2010] 2 Find the difference equation generated by yn an b 2n . [April/May2010] Define the unit step sequence. Write its Z-transform. [Nov./Dec.2010] Form a difference equation by eliminating the arbitrary constant A from yn A 3n . [Nov./Dec.2010] A rod 40 cm long with insulated sides has its ends A and B kept at 20 C and 60 C respectively. Find the steady state temperature at a location 15cm from A. [April/May2011] Write down the three possible solutions of Laplace equation in two dimensions. [April/May2011]

UNIT V Z-TRANSFORMS AND DIFFERENCE EQUATIONS PART - A

1. A tightly stretched string with fixed end points x = 0 and x = l is initially in a x position given by y ( x, 0) y0 sin 3 . If it is released from rest in this position, l write the boundary conditions. [April/May2010] 2. Write all three possible solutions of steady state two-dimensional heat equation. [April/May2010] 3. Write down the three possible solutions of one dimensional heat equation. [Nov./Dec.2010] 4. Give three possible solutions of two dimensional steady state heat flow equation. [Nov./Dec.2010] n 5. Find the Z-transform of a . [April/May2011] 6. What advantage is gained when Z-transform is used to solve difference equation? [April/May2011]