4D
Analysis I
Find the radius of convergence of each of the following power series.
X
(i)
n2 z n
n>1
P
Known (Ratio Test): If n an z n is a power series with an 6= 0 for all
n, and there exists l [0, ] such that |an+1 /an | l as n , then
the radius of con
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CLASSICAL AND QUANTUM SOLITONS
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PAPER 42
CONTEST THEORY
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2E
Numbers and Sets
What is an equivalence relation on a set X? If is an equivalence relation on X,
what is an equivalence class of ? Prove that the equivalence classes of form a partition
of X.
A relation R on a set X is a subset of X X. We write xRy for
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PAPER 57
ASTROPHYSICAL FLUID DYNAMICS
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PAPER 63
PLANETARY SYSTEM DYNAMICS
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PAPER 55
ADVANCED COSMOLOGY
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PAPER 53
COSMOLOGY
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Thursday, 28 May, 2015
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PAPER 43
QUANTUM FIELD THEORY
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PAPER 54
BLACK HOLES
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PAPER 46
ADVANCED QUANTUM FIELD THEORY
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PAPER 56
APPLICATIONS OF DIFFERENTIAL
GEOMETRY TO PHYSICS
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PAPER 58
STRUCTURE AND EVOLUTION OF STARS
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PAPER 44
SYMMETRIES, FIELDS AND PARTICLES
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PAPER 52
GENERAL RELATIVITY
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PAPER 39
STOCHASTIC NETWORKS
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PAPER 47
THE STANDARD MODEL
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PAPER 38
MATHEMATICS OF OPERATIONAL RESEARCH
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2D
Groups
State and prove Lagranges Theorem.
Lagranges Theorem: If G is a finite group and H a subgroup then |H|
divides |G|.
Proof: Define a relation on G by g1 g2 iff g11 g2 H. This is
reflexive (since H contains the identity), symmetric (since g21 g1 =
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PAPER 48
SUPERSYMMETRY AND EXTRA DIMENSIONS
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PAPER 61
THE ORIGIN AND EVOLUTION OF GALAXIES
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PAPER 49
STRING THEORY
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PAPER 45
STATISTICAL FIELD THEORY
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OPTIMAL INVESTMENT
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2A
Differential Equations
dy
(a) For a differential equation of the form dx
= f (y), explain how f 0 (y) can be used
to determine the stability of any equilibrium solutions and justify your answer.
If f 0 (y0 ) > 0 then the equilibrium point y0 is unstabl
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PAPER 62
GALACTIC ASTRONOMY AND DYNAMICS
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PAPER 76
DIRECT AND INVERSE SCATTERING OF WAVES
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PAPER 80
COMPLEX AND BIOLOGICAL FLUIDS
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PAPER 70
BOUNDARY VALUE PROBLEMS FOR LINEAR PDES
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PAPER 77
SOUND GENERATION AND PROPAGATION
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