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# Set No.

## Code No. 220202

II-B.Tech. II-Semester Examinations April/May, 2003 1
MATHEMATICS-III
(Common to Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Mechanical Engineering,
Electronics and Communication Engineering, Electronics and Instrumentation
Engineering, Electronics and Control Engineering, Metallurgical and Material
Technology, Mechatronics, Electronics and Telematics, Aeronautical Engineering.)

## Time: 3 hours Max. Marks: 80

All questions carry equal marks
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∫ ( log 1 / y )
n−1
1. a) Show that t Γn = dy
0
1
dx π Γ (1 / n)
b) Prove that ∫0 1− x n
=
n Γ (1 / n + 1 / 2)

2. a) Write down the power series expansion for J n ( x ) and hence show that
2
J 1/ 2 ( x ) =
sin x.
πx
d n
b) Show that
dx
[ ]
x J n ( x ) = x n J n −1 ( x )

## 3. a) Define analyticity of a complex function at a point P and in a domain D. Prove

that the real and imaginary parts of an analytic function satisfy Cauchy – Riemann
Equations.
b) Show that w = zn (n , a positive integer) is analytic and find it’s derivative.

## 4. a) Find an analytic function f(z) such that

Real [f ' (z)] = 3x2 – 4y – 3y2 and f(1+i) = 0.
b) Determine p such that the function
1  px 
 
2 2 2 –1  y 
f(z) = log (x +y ) + i tan
e be an analytic function

Contd…2
Code No. 220202 .2.. Set No.1
5. a) Show that

x dx – y dy
√ ( x2 + y2 )
C
Is independent of any path of integration which does not pass through the origin.
b) Evaluate

dz .
( z- 2i )2 ( z + 2i )2
c

## When n is an integer, show that J − n ( x ) = ( −1) J n ( x )

n
6. a)
d  J n ( x) 
= − x J n +1 ( x )
−n
b) Prove that  n 
dx  x 

## 7. a) Find the residue of

Z 2 − 2Z
f(z) = at each pole.
( Z + 1) 2 ( Z 2 + 1)
4 − 3z 3
b) Evaluate ∫ z ( z − 1)( z − 2) dz Where c is the circle | Z | =
c 2

8. a)Find the image of the rectangle R: -π < x <π; 1/2 < y< 1, under the transformation
w = sin z.
b) Find the bilinear transformation that maps the points ,(∞ i, 0), into the points
(0, i, ∞) .

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Set No.
Code No. 220202
II-B.Tech. II-Semester Examinations April/May, 2003 2
MATHEMATICS-III
(Common to Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Mechanical Engineering,
Electronics and Communication Engineering, Electronics and Instrumentation
Engineering, Electronics and Control Engineering, Metallurgical and Material
Technology, Mechatronics, Electronics and Telematics, Aeronautical Engineering.)
Time: 3 hours Max. Marks: 80
All questions carry equal marks
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π /2

## ∫ sin θ cos2 n−1 θ dθ and

2 m −1
1. Show that β(m,n) = 2
o
π /2 π
Γ ((n + 1) / 2) π
∫ sin θ dθ = ∫ cos θ dθ = 1 / 2
n n
deduce that 1/2
o o Γ ((n + 2) / 2)

n
2. a) Prove that J n ( x ) − J n '( x ) = J n +1 ( x )
x
2
b) Show that ∫ J 3 ( x )dx = − J 2 ( x ) − J 1 ( x )
x

3. a) For w = exp(z2), find u and v and prove that the curves u(x,y) = c1 and v(x,y) = c2
where c1 and c2 are constants cut orthogonally.
b) Prove that the function f(z) = z is not analytic at any point.
c) Find the general and the principal values of
(i) log e (1+ 3 i) (ii) log e(-1).

## 4. a) If the potential function is loge(x2+y2) find the complex potential function.

b) Show that f (z) = z + 2 z is not analytic anywhere in the complex plane.

## 5. a) State and prove Cauchy’s integral theorem.

b) State and prove Cauchy’s integral formula

Contd…2
Code No. 220202 .2.. Set No. 2

6. a) Write down the power series expansion for J n ( x ) and hence show that
2
J 1/ 2 ( x ) = sin x.
πx
d n
b) Show that
dx
[ ]
x J n ( x ) = x n J n −1 ( x )

Ze z
7. a) Find the residue of at its pole.
( Z − 1) 3
b) Evaluate
Z −3
∫ Z 2 + 2Z + 5 dz where C is the circle.
c
(i) | Z | = 1 (ii) | Z+1-i | = 2 (iii) | Z+1+i | = 2

2z+ 3
8. a) Show that the transformation w = changes the circle x2 + y2 –4x = 0 into
z−4
the straight line 4y+3=0.
5 − 4z
b) Show that the relation w= transforms the circle |z| = 1 into a circle of
4z − 2

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Set No.
Code No. 220202
II-B.Tech. II-Semester Examinations April/May, 2003 3
MATHEMATICS-III
(Common to Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Mechanical Engineering,
Electronics and Communication Engineering, Electronics and Instrumentation
Engineering, Electronics and Control Engineering, Metallurgical and Material
Technology, Mechatronics, Electronics and Telematics, Aeronautical Engineering.)

## Time: 3 hours Max. Marks: 80

All questions carry equal marks
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π

3
1. a) Show that x e − x dx =
0 3
π /2

∫ sin θ cos4 θ dθ =
2
b) Prove that
0 256

0 ,−1 < x ≤ 0

b) If f(x) = 
 x ,0 < x < 1.

## 3. Show that the curves rn =α sec nθ and rn = β cosec nθ cut orthogonally.

4. a) Prove that the function v =sinx coshy+2cosx sinhy + x2–y2+4xy satisfies Laplace
equation. Determine the corresponding analytic function u+iv.
b) If w = u+iv = z3 prove that the curves u = c1 and v = c2 where c1 and c2 are
constants, cut each other orthogonally.

5. a) Evaluate c∫ (x – 2y ) dx + (y 2
– x2) dy where C is the boundary of the first quadrant of the
circle x2 + y2 = 4
b) Evaluate Using Cauchy’s theorem

z 3 e-z dz where c is : | z - 1 | = ½
3
( z – 1)
c
Contd…2
Code No. 220202 .2. Set No. 3

1
6. a) Prove that = P0(x) + P1(x) t + P2(x) t2 + ....
1 − 2tx + t 2

## b) Prove that Pn’(x) = x Pn-1’ (x) + nPn-1 (x).

π
Cos 2θ πa 2
7. a) Show that ∫ 1 − 2aCosθ + a 2 =
2
, (a2 < 1)
0 1− a

dθ 2π
b) Show that ∫ 2 + Cosθ
=
3
0

8. a) Show that the function w=4/z transforms the straight line x=c in the z-plane into a
circle in the w-plane.
z −i
b) Show that the transformation w = maps the real axis in the z-plane into the
z+ I
unit circle |w| =1 in the w-plane.

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Set No.
Code No. 220202
II-B.Tech. II-Semester Examinations April/May, 2003 4
MATHEMATICS-III
(Common to Electrical and Electronics Engineering, Mechanical Engineering,
Electronics and Communication Engineering, Electronics and Instrumentation
Engineering, Electronics and Control Engineering, Metallurgical and Material
Technology, Mechatronics, Electronics and Telematics, Aeronautical Engineering.)

## Time: 3 hours Max. Marks: 80

All questions carry equal marks

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∫e
− y 1/ m
1. a) Prove that dx = mΓm
o
b

∫ ( x − a) (b − x ) n dx = (b − a ) m+ n +1 β (m + 1, n + 1)
m
b) Show that
a

1
2. a) Prove that = P0(x) + P1(x) t + P2(x) t2 + ....
1 − 2tx + t 2
b) Prove that Pn’(x) = x Pn-1’ (x) + nPn-1 (x).

## 3. Determine whether the function 2xy + i(x2- y2) is analytic.

4. a) Find all values of k, such that f(z)=ex(cos ky+ i sin ky) is analytic.
b) Show that
xy 2 ( x + iy )
f(z) = , z ≠0
x2 + y4
0 , z=0 is not analytic at z =0
although C –R equations are satisfied at the origin

Contd…2
Code No. 220202 .2. Set No. 4

5. a) Evaluate

log z dz
∫ ( z −1) 3
c where c : | z - 1| = ( ½ ) , using Cauchy’s Integral Formula
b) Obtain the Taylor Expansion of e( 1 + z ) in the powers of ( z –1 ).

n
6. a) Prove that J n ( x ) − J n '( x ) = J n +1 ( x )
x
2
b) Show that ∫ J 3 ( x ) dx = − J 2 ( x ) − J 1 ( x )
x

Sin 2 dθ 2π  2 2 
7. a) Prove that∫ a + bCosθ = b 2 a − (a − b )  , a > b>0.
0
b) Use method of contour integration to prove that

dθ 2π
∫ 1 + a 2 − 2aCosθ =
1− a2
, 0 < a< 1
0

8. a) Determine the bilinear transformation that maps the points 1-2i, 2+i, 2+3i into the
points 2+i, 1+3i, 4.
b) Prove that the transformation w=sin z maps the families of lines x=constant and
y=constant in to two families of confocal central conics.

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