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R.M.K . COLLEGE OF ENGINEERING AND TECHNOLOGY R.S.

M NAGAR, PUDUVOYAL-601206 MA2111 MATHEMATICS-I ASSIGNMENT QUESTIONS (REGULATION 2008) UNIT V MULTIPLE INTEGRAL DOUBLE INTEGRALS IN CARTESIAN CO-ORDINATES: PART-A 1.Evaluate the following integrals: (i) (ii) (iii) (iv) (v) (vi) (vii) (viii) (ix)

3 1

( x y ) 2 dxdy
dxdy xy

(Au, May 2006) (Au, Nov 2004,2008)

a b

2 2

4 2

2 1

dxdy x2 y 2
x( x y )dydx

1 2

0 1

1 1

dxdy (1 x 2 )(1 y 2 )

0 0

0 5

0
x2

e ( x

y2 )

dxdy

(Au, May 2008)

x( x 2 y 2 )dxdy xy ( x y )dydx

0 x

(Au, May 2009)

1 x 2

0 0

dydx 1 x2 y2

(x)

a2 y2

a x 2 y 2 dxdy
2

2. Sketch roughly the region of integration of

a (b y ) b 0

f ( x, y)dxdy.

(Au,May 2008)

3. Sketch roughly the region of integration for the double integral (Au,Dec 2007) 4. Shade the region of integration

0 0

f ( x, y )dydx.

a2 x2 ax x 2

dydx.

5.Find the limits of integration in the double integral first quadrant and bounded by x=1,y=0,y =4x. PART-B 6. Evaluate y2=2x-6. 7. Evaluate
2

f ( x, y)dxdy ,where R is in the


R

(Au, Dec 2007)

(1 xy)dxdy in the region bounded by the line y=x-1 and the parabola
(Au,April 2004)

ydxdy
2

over the part of the plane bounded by the line y=x and the

parabola y=4x-x2. 8. Evaluate

x dxdy ,where R is the region in the first quadrant bounded by the lines
R

x=y, y=o, x=8 and the curve xy=16. 9. Evaluate

xydxdy ,where A is the domain bounded by x-axis, ordinate x=2a and


R

the curve x2=4ay. 10.Find the value of ellipse

xydxdy

taken over the positive quadrant of the (Au,Nov 2008)

x2 y2 1. a2 b2
2

x2 y2 11.Evaluate ( x y) dxdy over the area bounded by the ellipse 2 2 1 . a b

12.Evaluate x =4y.
2

ydxdy where ,R is the region bounded by the parabolas y =4x and


2
R

13. Evaluate

xydxdy over the positive quadrant of the circle x +y =1.


2 2

DOUBLE INDTEGRALS IN POLAR CO-ORDINATES: PART-A 14. Evaluate the following integrals: (I) (ii) (iii) (iv) (v) (vi)


2 0

rdrd
sin

(Au,May 2005)


2 0

0
cos

rdrd
3r 2 drd


2 0

a cos

r a 2 r 2 drd
r 2 sin ddr

a (1 cos )


2 2

2 cos

r 2 drd

PART-B 15. Evaluate r=4 16. (i) Evaluate r=4 .

drd over the area bounded between the circles r=2

and

(Au, May 2008)

r drd
3

over the area bounded between the circles r=2

and

(Au, Dec 2007)

(ii) Evaluate r=2 17. Evaluate

r drd
3

over the area bounded between the circles . over the cardioid r=a(1(Au, May 2005) above the initial line.

and r=4

r sin drd

18. Evaluate

rdrd a r
2 2

over one loop of the lemniscate r2=a2cos2 .

CHANGE OF ORDER OF INTEGRATION PART-A 19. Change the order of integration in the following integrals: (i) (ii)

dydx

0
2

x y dxdy x2 y2

(iii) 0 0 f ( x, y )dydx (iv) 0 x f ( x, y)dydx


2

1 2 x

PART-B 20. Change the order of integration and then evaluate the following integrals: (i) (ii) (iii)

0 0

a2 y2

a y

ydxdy
2

(Au, May 2009) (Au, May 2008) (Au,Dec 2008)


4 0

xe

dydx

x dxdy x y2
2

(iv) (v) (vi)

x ydxdy
0 1

4 y

a 0

1 2 y

0 y2

xydydx
xydxdy

(Au, May 2008) (Au, Nov 2004, Dec 2007, May 2007)

2a x a

x2

(vii) (viii)

( x 2 y 2 )dydx

(Au, Dec 2006) (Au, May 2005, 2006)

x
0 y

x dxdy y2

(ix) (x) (XI) (xii)

4a 0

2 x 2

x x2 y2

0 x

dxdy

(Au,May 2007) (Au,Nov 2008)


a 0

2 ax 4a

x2

dydx

(x
y

xdxdy 2 y2 )
( x y )dxdy

4 y

CHANGE OF VARIABLES BETWEEN CARTESIAN AND POLAR CO-ORDINATES PART-A 21. Change into polar coordinates, the integral PART-B 22. Express

a2 x2

a a 2 x 2

dydx. .

x 2 dxdy y ( x 2 y 2 ) in polar coordinates and then evaluate it.


a

(Au,Dec 2007,May 2009) 23. Change into polar coordinates and evalulate that

e ( x

y2 )

dydx . Hence show

e x dx
2

24. Evaluate 25. Evaluate

1 x2 y2 2 2 dxdy over the positive quadrant of the circle x +y =1. 2 2 1 x y


2 x x2

xdydx x2 y2

by changing to polar coordinates.

TRIPLE INTEGRALS IN CARTESIAN CO-ORDINATES PART-A 26. Evaluate the following integrals: (i) (ii) (iii) (iv)

1 x 2

0 0
z

1 x 2 y 2

xyzdxdydz

1 0

x z

x z

( x y z )dxdydz
x y


0 0

log 2

e x y z dxdydz

(Au,May 2008) (Au, May 2008, May 2009)

0 0

1 2

xyzdxdydz

AREA AS DOUBLE INTEGRAL PART-B


x2 y2 27. Find the area of the ellipse 2 2 1 by double integration. a b

28. Find the smaller of the areas bounded by y=2-x and x2+y2=4. 29. Find using double integration the area of the cardiod r=a(1+

(Au,Nov 2008) ).

30. Find the area of the region D bounded by the parabola y=x2 and x=y2. (Au, May 2007) 31. Show that the area between the parabolas y2=4ax and x2=4ay is 16a2/3. 32. Find the area lying inside the cardioid r=a(1+ ) and outside the circle r=a. and

33. Find by double integration the area lying inside the circle r=a outside the cardioid r=a(1). +

34. Calculate the area included between the curve r=a( its asymptote.

) and

35. Find the area lying between the parabola y=4x-x2 and the line y=x.

36. Find the smaller of the areas bounded by the ellipse 4x2+9y2=36 and the straight line 2x+3y=6. VOLUME AS TRIPLE INTEGRAL PART-B 37. Find by triple integration, the volume in the positive octant bounded by the coordinates planes and the plane x+2y+3z=4. 38. Evaluate

dxdydz where ,V is the region of space inside the cylinder x +y =4,


2 2

that is bounded by the planes z=0 and z=3.

(Au, Dec 2008)

39. Find by triple integral the volume of the tetrahedron bounded by the planes x=0,y=0,z=0 and
x y z 1. a b c

(Au, May 2005,2007,Dec 2006)

40. Evaluate , where Vis the finite region of space (tetrahedron) formed by the planes x=0,y=0,z=0 and 2x+3y+4z=12. 41. Express the volume of the sphere x2 +y2 +z2 =a2 as a volume integral and hence evaluate it. (Au, Dec 2007)
x2 y2 z2 42. Find the volume of that portion of the ellipsoid 2 2 2 1 which lies a b c

in the first octant using triple integration.

(Au, May 2007)

43. Find the volume bounded by the cylinder x2+y2=4 and the planes y+z=4 and z=0. 44. Evaluate

dxdydz over the volume cut off the sphere x +y +z =a


2 2 2

by

the cone x2+y2=z2. 45. Evaluate x2+y2+z2 = a2 .


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over the positive octant of the sphere