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II B.Tech I Semester Supplementary Examinations,June 2010

MATHEMATICS - III

Common to ICE, E.COMP.E, ETM, E.CONT.E, EIE, ECE, EEE

Time: 3 hours Max Marks: 80

Answer any FIVE Questions

All Questions carry equal marks

?????

R (sin πz 2 + cos πz 2 ) dz

1. (a) Evaluate (z−1)(z−2)

where C is the circle |z| = 3 using Cauchy’s integral

C

formula.

z=1+i

R

(b) Evaluate (x2 + 2xy + i(y 2 − x))dz along y=x2 . [8+8]

z=0

R∞ x2 dx

2. (a) Evaluate 4 1+x4

using β − Γ functions.

0

m

(b) Prove that ββ (m

m++1,1n) = _____ β (4m−1

m, n ) β(m,m)

π 1

= m,2 .

m+n

2

R2

(c) Evaluate (8 − x3 )1/3 dx using β − Γ functions. [5+5+6]

0

R2π dθ

3. (a) Evaluate a+b cos θ

, a>0, b>0 using residue theorem.

0

R∞ dx

(b) Evaluate (1+x2 )2

using residue theorem. [8+8]

0

x 1

4. (a) Show that the coefficient of tn in the power series expansion of e 2 (t− t ) is Jn (x).

R1

(b) Prove that xPn (x)Pn−1 (x) = (4n2n 2 −1) . [8+8]

−1

z

5. (a) Find the poles and the residues at each pole of f (z) = 1−e z4

. Where z=0 is a

pole of order 4

(Zz 2−+

3 2Z + 5) dz where c is the circle using residue theorem.

(b) Evaluate (Z−3

∫

_______

R

) 2 dz

c

c z + 2z + 5

i. | z | = 1

ii. | z+1-i | = 2. [6+10]

6. (a) Find the image of unit circle under the bilinear transformation

w=(iz+1)/(z +1).

(b) Find the image of the region bounded by the lines y=2 and y=4 under the

transformation w= z2 . [8+8]

z 2 −1

7. (a) Find the Laurent series expansion of the function z 2 +5z+6

about z = 0 in the

region 2 < |z| < 3.

2

(b) Evaluate f (z) = (2z+1)3

about (i) z = 0 (ii) z = 2. [8+8]

1

Code No: 07A3BS02 R07 Set No. 2

8. (a) Determine the analytic function f(z) =u+iv given that

3u + 2v = y2 – x 2 + 16x.

x2 y2 x2 y2

(b) If sin (α + iβ) = x + iy then prove that 2 +

cosh β sinh2 β

= 1 and 2

sin α

− cos2α= 1.

[8+8]

?????

2

Code No: 07A3BS02 R07 Set No. 4

II B.Tech I Semester Supplementary Examinations,June 2010

MATHEMATICS - III

Common to ICE, E.COMP.E, ETM, E.CONT.E, EIE, ECE, EEE

Time: 3 hours Max Marks: 80

Answer any FIVE Questions

All Questions carry equal marks

?????

1

1. (a) Prove that √

1−2tx+t2

= P0 (x) + P1 (x) t + P2 (x) t2 + ....

(b) Write J5/2 (x) in finite form. [8+8]

2z+1

2. (a) Find the poles and residue at each pole of the function (1−z 4) .

R sin z

(b) Evaluate z cos z dz where C is | z | = π by residue theorem. [8+8]

C

R1 xn 2.4.6....(n−1)

(b) Show that √1−x 2 dx = 1.3.5....n

where n is an odd integer.

0

R √

π/2

Γ(1/4)Γ (3/4)

(c) Show that tan θ dθ = 2

. [6+5+5]

0

4. (a) Show that the region in the z plane between the lines y=0 and y =π corre-

sponds toupper half of the w-plane under the transformation

w= ez .

(b) Find the image of exterior of the unit circle in z-plane under the transformation

W = z + 1/z. [8+8]

Rπ adθ

5. (a) Evaluate a2 +sin2 θ

using residue theorem.

0

R∞ dx

(b) Evaluate (x4 +16)

using residue theorem. [8+8]

0

6. (a) Determine the analytic function whose real part u = e2x (x cos2y – y sin 2y)

and prove that u is harmonic.

√

(b) Separate the real and imaginary parts of ( 1+2i) 1+ 3i

. [8+8]

(z−2)(z+2)

7. Expand f (z) = (z+1)(z+4)

in the region.

(b) | z | < 1. [8+8]

z 2 dz

R

8. (a) Using Cauchy’s Integral Formula evaluate (z+1)(z−i)2

where C is ellipse

C

9x2 + 4y2 =36.

3

Code No: 07A3BS02 R07 Set No. 4

(b) Integrate z2 along the straight line OM and along the path OLM consisting of

two straight line segments OL and LM. Where O is the origin L is the point

z=3 and M is z=3+i.

R 3 2 +2z−1) dz

(c) Evaluate (z +z (z−1) 3 where C is | z | = 3 using Cauchy’s integral formula.

c

[6+5+5]

?????

4

Code No: 07A3BS02 R07 Set No. 1

II B.Tech I Semester Supplementary Examinations,June 2010

MATHEMATICS - III

Common to ICE, E.COMP.E, ETM, E.CONT.E, EIE, ECE, EEE

Time: 3 hours Max Marks: 80

Answer any FIVE Questions

All Questions carry equal marks

?????

∞

(1−z2 )

(2n + 1) Pn (x) z n .

P

1. (a) Prove that (1−2xz+z 2 )3/2

=

n=0

(b) Prove that 2Jn0 (x) = Jn−1 (x) − Jn+1 (x). [8+8]

R

2 +2z + 5) where C is the circle |z + 1 − i| = 2 using Cauchy’s inte-

C

gral formula.

z=1+i

R

(b) Evaluate (x − y + x2 )dz along closed path bounded by y = x2 and y=x.

z=0

[8+8]

R √

π/2

3. (a) Evaluate cotθ dθ.

0

√

π Γ(2n+1)

(b) prove that Γ(n + 12 ) = 4n Γ(n+1)

.

β(m,n)

(c) If m>0, n>0, then prove that n1 β(m, n + 1) = 1

m

β(m + 1, n) = (m+n)

.[5+5+6]

ey − cos x+sin x

4. (a) Find the analytic function f(z) = u+iv if u–v= cosh y−cos x

given that

f (π/2) = 3−i

2

.

(b) Find the principal values of (1+i)(1−i) . [8+8]

5. (a) State and derive Laurent’s series for an analytic function f (z).

1

(b) Expand (z 2 −3z+2)

in the region.

i. 0 < | z – 1 | < 1

ii. 1 < | z | < 2. [8+8]

(2z+1) 2

6. (a) Determine the poles and the corresponding residues of the function (4z 3 +z) .

(b) Evaluate (z−1)2 (z−2)

where C is the circle |z| = 3 using residue theorem.

C

[8+8]

7. (a) Find the image of the domain in the z-plane to the left of the line x=–3 under

the transformation w=z2 .

(b) Find the bilinear transformation which transforms the points z=2,1,0 into

w=1,0,i respectively. [8+8]

R2π dθ

8. (a) Evaluate (5−3cosθ)2

using residue theorem.

0

5

Code No: 07A3BS02 R07 Set No. 1

R∞ sin mx

(b) Evaluate x

dx using residue theorem. [8+8]

0

?????

6

Code No: 07A3BS02 R07 Set No. 3

II B.Tech I Semester Supplementary Examinations,June 2010

MATHEMATICS - III

Common to ICE, E.COMP.E, ETM, E.CONT.E, EIE, ECE, EEE

Time: 3 hours Max Marks: 80

Answer any FIVE Questions

All Questions carry equal marks

?????

R1

(a) x2 (log x1 )3 dx

0

π/2

sin7/2 θ cos3/2 θ dθ

R

(b)

0

R1

(c) Show that (1 + x)m−1 (1 − x)n−1 dx = 2m+n+1 β (m, m). [5+5+6]

−1

2. (a) Find the image of the semi-infinite strip x>0, 0<y<2 under the transformation

w=iz + 1. Show the region graphically.

(b) In the transformation z = 1−w

1+w

show that the positive half of the w-plane given

by u ≥ 0 corresponds to the circle |z| ≤1 in the z-plane. [8+8]

Rπ adθ

3. (a) Show that = √ π , ( a > 0) using residue theorem.

(a2 +sin2 θ) 1+a2

0

R∞ dx

(b) Evaluate (x4 +1)

using Residue theorem. [8+8]

0

∞

√ 1+z 1

(Pn (x) + Pn+1 (x)) z n .

P

4. (a) Prove that z 1−2xz +z 2

− z

=

n=0

d

(b) Prove that dx

(xJn Jn+1 ) = x(Jn2 − Jn+1

2

).

(c) Prove that cos x=J0 –2J2 + 2J4+............ [6+5+5]

5. (a) Show that w = z n (n , a positive integer) is analytic and find it’s derivative.

(b) If w = f(z) is an analytic function, then prove that the family of curves defined

by u(x,y) = constant cuts orthogonally the family of curves v(x,y) = constant.

(c) If α + iβ = tanh (x + i π/4) prove that α2 + β 2 =1. [6+5+5]

(1,1)

R

6. (a) Evaluate (z 2 + 2z)dz along the closed path bounded by the curves y2 =x,

(0,0)

2

y=x .

R (4−3z)dz

(b) Evaluate z(z−1)(z−2)

where C is the circle |z| = 3/2. using Cauchy’s integral

C

formula. [8+8]

7

Code No: 07A3BS02 R07 Set No. 3

sin2 z

7. (a) Find the poles and the residue at each pole of f (z) = (z−π/6)2

zez

(b) Find the poles and the residue at each pole of f (z) = (z−1)3

. [5+5+6]

R cos π z 2 dz

(c) Evaluate (z−1)(z−2) where C is |z | = 3/2. [5+5+6]

C

2z 3 +1

8. (a) For the function f(z)= z (z+1)

find Taylor’s series valid in a neighbourhood of

z=1.

1

(b) Find Laurent’s series for f(z) = z 2 (z−1)

about z=1 and find the region of

convergence.

[8+8]

?????

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