Maths Methods solutions 2009-2010
1. Let f be the 2 periodic function dened on [, ) by
f (x) = sin
x
.
2
(a) First of all, note that f is odd so
an = 0 , n N .
Then,
1
bn =
sin
x
sin nxdx .
2
A convenient way to compute bn is to integrate by parts twice
x
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Farmulas and
Trig Sheet
identities
Tangent and Cotangent Identities
.
.
.
.
Definition of the Trig Functions
,
this definition we assume that
Unit circle definition
g < E
For this definition
0 < H <90 _
0
is any angle.
.
CW9 = cf);
cos
,
,
1
Sin: 9 = 7(1-
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Solutions to Exercises
Exercise 1. Express each of the following angles in radian measure: (Hint: See
Example 8.)
1) 20
2) 35
3) 140
4) 400
5) 1080
Solution: Equation 1 suggests that:
20
20
r rad
=
so that r rad =
1)
rad = 6. 092 3 103 rad.
180
180
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Solutions Complex Variable
All the questions cover standard material seen in the lectures and/or
in the coursework. Only minor changes have been made compared to seen
examples.
1. (a) Let f be analytic inside and on a closed simple contour C (oriented
pos
Calculus and Vector Calculus
1. (a) Using the standard trigonometric identiy sin2 + cos2 = 1, we can
set z = 4 cos and x2 + y 2 = 4 sin . Applying it a second time for
x
the second equality, we see that we can set (formally) 4 sin = cos
y
and 4 sin = sin
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Full marks may be obtained for correct answers to
THREE of the FOUR questions.
If more than THREE questions are answered,
the best THREE marks will be credited.
Turn over . . .
1. (a) S
1
An investor wishes to borrow 30,000 from a bank at an effective rate of interest of
7.5% per annum to finance the expansion of his business. The project is expected to
generate net revenues of 6,340 per annum payable in arrears for the next 8 years.
(a)
MA2602 Linear Algebra - 2012 Set Task
Answer ALL questions
1. (a) Determine whether the following subsets are subspaces (giving reasons for your answers):
i. U = cfw_(x1 , x2 , x3 , x4 ) | x1 = 2 x2 R4 ;
ab
ii. V =
ad bc = 0 M (2, 2);
cd
iii. W = cfw_a0
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1. Let
Calculus and vector calculus set task
Please notice that you must attempt all questions.
1. (a) Find and classify the stationary points (maxima, minima and saddle points) of
the function
f (x, y ) = 2x3 6xy + y 2 .
(b) Compute the Taylors expansion of the
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Complex Number System and Exponents Tutorial Sheet
1.
Let
zl
=2+4j,
z2
=1j,z3
=23jand
z4
=34j.Expresseach ofthefollowing
in
the form
of
a+bj.where a,be$
1
32+
()1
22
(c, [2 32 i /z.
ell-2i
2.
Find all the complex roots of each of the following equations
(