Question Paper: Applied Mathematics 2 : Question Paper Dec 2013 - First Year Engineering (Semester 2) | Mumbai University (MU)
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## Applied Mathematics 2 - Dec 2013

### First Year Engineering (Semester 2)

TOTAL MARKS: 80
TOTAL TIME: 3 HOURS
(1) Question 1 is compulsory.
(2) Attempt any three from the remaining questions.
(3) Assume data if required.
(4) Figures to the right indicate full marks.
1(a) Evaluate the following: (3 marks)
1(b) Solve (D4+4)y=0(3 marks) 1(c) Prove that E∇ = Δ =∇E(3 marks) 1(d) Solve the following: (3 marks)
1(e) Evaluate ∫∫r3drdθ over the regions between the circles r=2sinθ and r=4sinθ(4 marks) 1(f) Evaluate the following: (4 marks)
2(a) Solve (x3y4+x2y3+xy2+y)dx + (x4y3-x3y2-x2y+x)dy=0(6 marks) 2(b) Change the order of integral and evaluate: (6 marks)
2(c) Prove that: (8 marks)
3(a) Evaluate the following: (6 marks)
3(b) Find the area of one loop of the lemniscate r2=a2cos2θ(6 marks) 3(c) Solve (D3+2D2+D)y = x2e3x+sin2x+2x(8 marks) 4(a) Show that the length of the arc of the parabola y2=4ax cut off by the line 3y=8x is alog2+15/16(6 marks) 4(b) Using the method of variation of parameters, solve: (6 marks)
4(c) Compute y(0.2) given (dy/dx)+y+xy2=0, y(0)=0, By taking h=0.1 using Runge-Kutta method of fourth order correct to 4 decimals.(8 marks) 5(a) Solve the following: (6 marks)
5(b) Solve (dy/dx)-2y=3ex,y(0)=0 using Taylor Series method. Find approximate value of y for x=0.1 and 0.2(6 marks) 5(c) Evaluate using Trapezoidal rule, Simpson's 1/3rd rule and Simpson's 3/8th rule. Compare the result with exact values.
(8 marks)
6(a) The current in a circuit containing an inductance L, resistance R and a voltage Esinωt is given by L (di/dt)+Ri=E sinωt. If i=0 at t=0, find i.(6 marks) 6(b) Evaluate ∫∫e(2x-3y)dxdy over the triangle bounded by x+y=1, x=1 and y=1(6 marks) 6(c)(1) Find the volume of solid bounded by the surfaces y2=4ax, x2=4ay and the planes z=0, z=3. (4 marks) 6(c)(2) Change to polar co-ordinates and evaluate: (4 marks)

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