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Unformatted text preview: MATHEMATICS 201, SECTIONS [F01] & [F02] Name: Reg. No.: Instructor: Dr. R. Illner [F01], Dr. B. Khouider [F02]
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credit. m— 1. Find both singular solutions of z’zxz—Zr—S. 2. Find the general solution of (Hint: It is a separable equation). 4. A tank contains 200 liters of ﬂuid in which 30 grams of salt is dissolved. Brine con—
taining 1 gram of salt per liter is then pumped into the tank at a rate of 4 l/mjn.; the
well—mixed solution is pumped out at the same rate. Find the amount A (t) of grams
of salt in the tank at all times t. 23" = —a:c, Where a > 0 is a constant. After 2 days there are 1,000 grams, after 7 days there are
300 grams. How many grams were there initially? 6. Find a fundamental set for
cc”—5m'+4a:=0 (Solve problem 6 ﬁrst). 8. Solve the initial value problem y” +4y = *2 909%. CC Ur} = La” 1:"
n=0 is a solution of
:C”+t:c'+:c=0 3:(0)=1, $’(D)=O. Find (10, a1, a2, a3 and a4. i533+t
$+3t mm 10. Suppose that a: = a: (t) is a solution of as" = then solves . Show that u (t) = the separable equation
du 1 1 — U2 E t 3+u‘ 11. Consider the 2 X 2 system of differential equations , _ 2 3 sint _ :31 (t)
X—(—1 «—2)X+<—2cost)’ X_(3:2(t) ' (1)
(3) Find the eigenvalues and the associated eigenvectors of the matrix A = < _? _: (c) A particular solution of the system in (1) is of the form Determine a system of equations for the constants a1, bl, a2 and b2.
DO NOT SOLVE THE SYSTEM y"+4y=f(t), y(0)=0
y’(0)=—1 1, 0£t<1
Ht):
0, 1321 Where ylkbj=£ ana form a fundamental set of solutions for the D.E. tgy”+ty’—y=0, t>0. (b) Find a particular solution for
t2 y”+ty’~*y=4t6, t>0. Warning or Hint: The D.E. is not in normal form. where A is a constant matrix. Suppose that A E R, V % O and U # 0 are such that
AV=AV and (A—AI)U=V (such V and U can exist when A is a multiple root of the characteristic polynomial).
Show that then
X (t) = e)“ U + ta“ V is a solution of X ’ = AX. ...
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