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SUBSPACES
Definition: Let S be a nonempty subset of
a vector space V. S is said to be a
subspace of V, if S is a vector space
under the same operations of addition
and scalar multiplication as in V.
T
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BIRLA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY AND SCIENCE, Pilani
Pilani Campus
Instruction Division
Course Handout (Part II)
Second Semester 201314
Dated: 13/01/2013
In addition to Part I (General Handout for all c
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Chapter 7: Evaluation of
Improper Integrals
Advice 1:
Page No. 257:
Q. Nos.: 1  5
(1) Let f(x) is continuous for all
x 0, then
R
f ( x)dx lim
f ( x) dx
0
R
0
provided the limit on RHS
exists.
2 L
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Eigen Values & Eigen Vectors
Let A be n x n matrix. is eigen value of A if there exists a nonzero vector n x R such that Ax = x x is called an eigen vector of A associated with
Eigen value / proper v
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x
Q. If u ( x, y ) 2
, find a
2
x y
harmonic conjugate v of u.
Soln : Observe the following :
1
(i ) If f ( z ) , then u Re f ( z ).
z
(ii ) f ( z ) is analytic in a domain
D C  cfw_(0, 0).
y
(iii) I
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Taylors Theorem: Suppose that
a function f(z) is analytic
throughout a disk z z0 R0
centered at z0 and with radius R0.
Then f(z) has the power series
representation
n
f z an z z0 ,
z z0 R0
n 0
where
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SpanofanysetS
Definition : Span of set S is set of all
finite linear combinations of elements of
S.
Thm:[S]isasubspaceofV
foranynonemptysetSofV.
RajivKumarMathII
Triviallinearcombination
Ifallscalars
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Derivatives of functions w(t)
1 Let w t u t i v t
be a complex  valued function of a
real variable t, where u and v are
real  valued functions of t.
dw
Then
wt u t i vt
dt
provided each of the der
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Taylors Theorem: Suppose that
a function f(z) is analytic
throughout a disk z z0 R0
centered at z0 and with radius R0.
Then f(z) has the power series
representation
n
f z an z z0 ,
z z0 R0
n 0
where
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Section 25
Harmonic Function :
A real valued function u(x, y) is said to be
harmonic in a given domain D if
(i) u x , u xx , u y & u yy exist & they are
continuous in D,
(ii) u satisfies Laplace equti
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Complex Number: A complex
number z is an ordered pair (x, y),
where x & y are real nos. i.e.
z = (x, y)
x = real part of z = Re z
1
y = imaginary part of z = Im z
We usually write
z= (x, y) = x + i y,
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Linear Transformations
Rajiv Kumar Math II
Definition : Let U and V be real
vector spaces. A map T: U V from
U to V is called a linear map, or
Linear transformation, if T satisfies
the following condi
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System of Linear Equations
Rajiv Kumar Math II
Determinant and their properties
(i) det (AT) = det (A) (ii) det (C)= det (A) if C is determinant of matrix where two rows of A are interchanged. (iii)
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Derivatives: Let f(z) be a fn defined on a
set S and S contains a nbd of z0. Then
derivative of f(z) at z0, written as
f z0 ),
(
is defined by the equation
lim f ( z ) f ( z0 )
f z0 )
(
,
z z0
z z0
p
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Department of Mathematics, UMIST
MATHEMATICAL FORMULA TABLES
Version 2.0
September 1999
CONTENTS
page
Greek Alphabet
3
Indices and Logarithms
3
Trigonometric Identities
4
Complex Numbers
6
Hyperbolic