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IV SEMESTER FINAL EXAMINATION- 2002

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LEVEL : B. E. (Electronics & communication) SUBJECT: BEG204HS, Applied Mathematics TIME: 03:00 hrs Full Marks: 80 Pass marks: 32 Q. [7]

Candidates are required to give their answers in their own words as far as practicable. All question carry equal marks. Attempt any SIX questions. Q. [1] [a] State Cauchy Reimann differential equation for the function f(z) to be analytic in the complex plane. Using it shows that function f(z) = z2 is analytical in the entire z plane and find its derivative. [b] Define complex integration. Evaluate f ( z )dz , where f(z)
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State Fourier Integral theorem. Find the Fourier sine integral for f(x) = e x ( >0) and hence show that sin x d = e x 2 2 2 0 x + Change the Laplaces equation in two dimensions 2u 2u + = 0 in to polar coordinates. x 2 y 2 Maximize z = 5x1+ 3x2; Subject to the constraints. x1+x2 2 5x1+2x2 10 2x1+8x2 12 x1 0 x2 0 Use simplex method.

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= cosz and c is the line segment form i to +i [a] State and prove Taylors theorem. [b] Define a pole of order m. Calculate the residues of the z3 function f(z) = at its poles. ( z + 1) ( z 2) ( z + 3) [a] Determine the Z transform of the signals and Roc x(n) = (coswon) u(n) [b] Prove the linearity of z-transforms. [a] Find the inverse z-transform of the function. 1 + 3 z 1 x( z ) = 1 + 3z 1 + 2 z 1 [b] Determine the one-sided z-transform of the signals; (i) x(n) = an u(n) (ii) x(n) = x(n-2) when x(n) = an [a] Find a Fourier series to represent f(x) = -x; for 0<x<2. [b] Find the Fourier Transform of the function f(x) = k, if 0<x <a = 0, otherwise

PURWANCHAL UNIVERSITY
IV SEMESTER FINAL EXAMINATION- 2003

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LEVEL : B. E. (Electronics & communication) SUBJECT: BEG204HS, Applied Mathematics TIME: 03:00 hrs Full Marks: 80 Pass marks: 32 Q. [6]

Candidates are required to give their answers in their own words as far as practicable. All question carry equal marks. Attempt any SIX questions. Q. [1] [a] Prove that Cauchys Riemann equation are necessary condition for a function f(z) to be analytic. z 4 3z 2 + 6 dz where C is a circle |z| = 2 . ( z + 1) 3 c [a] State and prove Eauretns theorem. [b] Define singularity of a function and discuss its different types. Find the poles and residues at each pole of the z3 function. f(z) = ( z 1) 2 ( z 2)( z + 3) [a] Find the z-transform of the following: [i] x(k) = ak-1 [ii] x(t) = e-at sinwt [b] Prove that: [i] z[x(t-nT)] = z-nx(z) n 1 k n x ( z ) x ( kT ) z [ii] z[x(t+nT)] = z k =0
[b] Evaluate [a] Find the inverse z-transform of the function: z2 [i] x(z) = by partial fraction method. ( z 1) 2 ( z e nT )

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[a] Find the half range Cosine series for f(x) defined by f(x) = 0 , a<x<1 = C 0 <x<a [b] Deduce the Fourier sine transform of e-x x 0 hence show x sin mx that 2 dx = e m , m > 0 2 0 x +1 An infinitely long plane uniform plate in the positive quadrant is bounded by two parallel edges x=0 and x = and an end at right angles to them. The breadth is , this other edges are at zero temperature. Show that in the steady state temperature is given by 4u 1 u = o e y sin x + e 3 y sin 3 x + ........ 3 The half range sine series in 0<x< for uo being given to be 4u 1 1 u 0 = o sin x + sin 3 x + sin 5 x........ 3 5 A tightly stretched strain with fixed end point x= . is initially in a position given by y (x,0) = yo If it is released from rest from this pont the displacement y at any distance .at any time t.

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## Minimize: z = .x1+2x2 Subject to 2x1 + 4x2 10 4x1+2x2 10 x2 4 x1 0

2z 2 + z by inversion integral method. ( z 2) 2 ( z 1) [b] Solve the difference equation x(k+2)+3x(k+1)+2x(k)=0 x(0) = 0 , x(1) = 1 [ii] x(z) =

PURWANCHAL UNIVERSITY
IV SEMESTER FINAL EXAMINATION- 2004

LEVEL : B. E. (Electronics & communication) SUBJECT: BEG204HS, Applied Mathematics TIME: 03:00 hrs Full Marks: 80 Pass marks: 32

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Candidates are required to give their answers in their own words as far as practicable. All question carry equal marks. Attempt any SIX questions. Q. [1] [a] State Cauchys Riemann equations. Prove that if a function f(z) of a complex variable is analytic, the Cauchy-Riemann equations must be satisfied by and the real and imaginary parts of f(z). sin 2 z [b] Evaluate the integral Where C is a circle |z| =1 3 C z 6 Q. [2] [a] State and prove Taylors Theorem. [b] What do you mean by a pole and a residue? Find the residue z3 at each pole of the function f(z) = ( z 1) 3 ( z + 3) Q. [3] [a] Find the z-transform of: [i] x(n) = an u(n) [ii] x(n) = cosu(n) [b] [i] If z[x1(n)] = x1(z) and z[x2(n)] = x2(z), prove that x1(z)*x2(z)= x1(z)x2(z) [ii] Determine the z-transform and sketch the ROC for x(n)

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[b] Obtained the Fourier cosine transform of e-x, (x>0) and dx hence evaluate 2 2 0 1+ x Solve the boundary value problem that arises in the heat conduction in rod. u 2u 100 x = a 2 2 , (0, t ) = u (1, t ) = 0, u ( x,0) = t 1 x An infinitely long metal plate in the form of the area enclosed between the lines y=0 and y =1 for positive values of x. The temperature is along the edge y =0 and y =1 and at infinity. 2T 2T + In the steady state, the equation = 0 . If the edge x 2 y 2 x =0 is kept at constant temperature to show that its solution 4T ( 2 n +1) y is T = o e 1 sin(2n + 1) n =1 1 Use simplex method to maximize the following function z=f(z) =150x1+300x2 subject to the constraints x1 0, and 2x1+x2 16, x1+x2 8, x2 3.5

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1 = n j 3 [a] Solve the different equation: y(n+2)+y(n) = 1 if y(0) = 0 [b] Starting form a trigonometric series, obtained a Fourier series of f(x) in the interval (0,2). [a] Write down the half range sine series in (0,2) for f(x)=0.

PURWANCHAL UNIVERSITY
IV SEMESTER FINAL EXAMINATION- 2005

LEVEL : B. E. (Electronics & communication) SUBJECT: BEG204HS, Applied Mathematics TIME: 03:00 hrs Full Marks: 80 Pass minarks:

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Candidates are required to give their answers in their own words as far as practicable. All question carry equal marks. Attempt any SIX questions. Q. No. [1] is compulsory. Q. [1] [a] Define the analytic function. Find the real and imaginary part of the following. (i) Tanhz (ii) logsinz. [8] [b] Show that v(x,y) are harmonic functions if f(z). [7] 4 3z Q. [2] [a] Evaluate [7] dz where c is circle |z|=3/2 z ( z 1)( z 2) C [b] State Taylors theorem and find the Laurents series of the ez about the center a where a=1. [6] function z (1 z ) d ( x( z ) ) Q. [3] [a] (i) If z(x(k)) = X(z) then show that Z(kx(k)) = -z dz [7] (ii) Find the z-transform of ak cosk for k 0. 2z 3 + 2 [6] [b] Find the inverse z-transform of ( z 2) 2 ( z 1) Q. [4] Solve the difference equation: x(k+2) 1.3x(k+1) + 0.4x(k) = (k), x(0)= x(1) =0 and x(k) = 0 for k<0. Assume that the input function (k) as a unit impulse with (0) = 1 and (k) = 0 if k 0. [13] Q. [5] [a] Obtain the furier integral of the function f(x) = cosx for |x| < /2 = 0 for |x| > /2 and hence show that

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A tightly stretched string with fixed ends pointer at x =0 and is initially the position is given by Also it is initially at rest and suddenly reached. Find the deflection u(x,t). [13] 2 2 u u + If = 0 , which satisfy the condition u(x,0) = sinx x 2 y 2 for all x , u(0, ) = 0 for all x shown that its solution is [13 u(x,y) = e-y sinx. Solve linear programming problems: Minimize Z = 3x1+2x2 Subject to 2x1+4x2 10 4x1+2x2 10 x2 4 x1, x2 0 by using simplex method (constructing duality). [13]

PURWANCHAL UNIVERSITY
IV SEMESTER FINAL EXAMINATION- 2006

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LEVEL : B. E. (Electronics & communication) SUBJECT: BEG204HS, Applied Mathematics TIME: 03:00 hrs Full Marks: 80 Pass minarks:

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Candidates are required to give their answers in their own words as far as practicable. All question carry equal marks. Attempt any SIX questions. Q. [1] [a] State the Cauchy Riemann equations. Using the Cauchy Fiemann equations, show f(z) = z2 is analytica in z-plane. [b] Define complex integration. Evaluate f(z) dz where f(z) = sinz and c is the line segment from 0 to i. Q. [2] [a] State and prove Taylors theorem. [b] Determine the poles and residue at each pole of the function. ze 2 [i] Cotz [ii] ( z a) 3 Q. [3] [a] Obtain the z transform of [i] x(t) = e-at coswt [ii] x(k) = k2 ak-1, k 1 [b] Prove that [i] z[x(t-nT)] = z-n x(z) [ii] z[x(t+nT)] = zn[x(z)- k=0 x(kT)z-k] Q. [4] [a] Determine the inverse z transform of z4 3z 2 + 2 z + 1 [ii] [i] 2 z + 3z + 2 ( z 1)( z 2) 2 [b] Solve the difference equation by z-transform method: X(n+2)+3x(n+1)+2x(n) = 0, x(0) = 0 , x(1) = 1 Q. [5] [a] Find the Fourier sine integral of f(x) = e-kx , x>0 , k>0 and w sin wx dw = e kx , x>0, k>0. hence show that 2 2 2 0 k + w
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2 2z 2 y = Solve for a string of length l fixed at both ends t 2 x 2 with y(x,0) = k(lx-x2), 0 x 1 2z 2z + If = 0 z= sinx, at y =0. for all values of x and z =0 x 2 y 2 at y= for all values of x, show that z= e-ysinx Maximize Z = 4x1+3x2 Subject to 2x1 +3x2 6 -3x1 +2x2 3 2x1 +x2 4 x1, x2 0, by using simplex method.