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Unformatted text preview: Question 1. [4 points] Calculate a ) Z 2 2 1 y 2 9 dy b ) Z π/ 2 π/ 2 sin( x ) 1 + cos 2 ( x ) dx Solution. a ) We have 1 y 2 9 = 1 ( y 3)( y + 3) = a y 3 + b y + 3 = ( a + b ) y + 3( a b ) ( y 3)( y + 3) , with a + b = 0 and 3( a b ) = 1, which implies a = 1 / 6 and b = 1 / 6. Z 2 2 1 y 2 9 dy = 1 6 Z 2 2 1 y 3 dy Z 2 2 1 y + 3 dy = 1 6 ( [ln  y 3  ] 2 2 [ln  y + 3  ] 2 2 ) = 1 3 ln(5) b ) Substituting y = cos( x ), we have dy = sin( x ) dx . Z π/ 2 π/ 2 sin( x ) 1 + cos 2 ( x ) dx = Z cos( π/ 2) cos( π/ 2) 1 1 + y 2 dy = Z 1 1 + y 2 dy = [ arctan( y )] = 0 Question 2. [3 points] Solve the differential equation dy dt = 6 t sin t y with initial condition y (0) = 5. Solution. First we separate the differential equation, putting the y ’s on the left and the t ’s on the right, and add an integral sign to obtain Z y dy = Z 6 t sin tdt. The lefthand integral is simple: y 2 / 2. (We omit the + C with this integral.) The righthand integral requires integration by parts. Set u = t , dv = sin tdt , so that du = dt , v = cos t . Then we obtain Z 6 t sin tdt = 6 Z t sin tdt 1 = 6 t cos t Z ( cos t ) dt = 6 [ t cos t + sin t ] + C. So the general solution to the differential equation is y 2 / 2 = 6 [ t cos t + sin t ] + C ; solving for y gives y = ± p 12( t cos t + sin t ) + C. (*) (The constant C here is not the same as in the previous line. To be more accurate, you can write +2 C or + D instead of + C in equation (*), with D a different arbitrary constant.) This means that the various particular solutions are obtained by selecting one of ± and a particular constant C . In our case we’re given the initial condition y (0) = 5, that is, when t is 0, y takes the value 5. Plugging in t = 0 into equation (*) gives y (0) = ± p 12(0 + 0) + C = ± √ C So ± √ C = 5. Clearly, to achieve the value of 5, we must select the positive square root....
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This note was uploaded on 09/17/2011 for the course MAT 1332 taught by Professor Munteanu during the Winter '07 term at University of Ottawa.
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