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Unit One Chapter 1: Successive Differentiation

1.1

Successive Differentiation

 

1-1

1.1.1 Definition and Notation

1-1

1.1.2 The n th Derivatives of Some

 
 

Standard Results

 

1-2

1.2

Leibnitz’s Theorem on the n th Derivative of a Product

1-7

1.2.1

Leibnitz’s Theorem

1-7

1.3

Expansion of a Function by using

 

Taylor’s Theorem and Maclaurin’s Theorem

1-8

1.3.1

Maclaurin’s Theorem

 

1-8

1.3.2

Taylor’s Theorem

1-8

1.3.3

Some Standard Expansions

1-9

1.4

Indeterminate Forms

1-10

1.4.1 Evaluation of the Indeterminate

 
 

Form 0 0

1-11

 

1.4.2 Evaluation of the Indeterminate form 0 ×

 

1-13

1.4.3 Evaluation of Indeterminate Form

1-14

1.4.4 Evaluation of the Indeterminate

 
 

form

1-15

 

1.4.5 Evaluation of the Indeterminate forms 0 0 , 1 , 0

 

1-16

1.5

Exercise

 

1-18

1.6

Rolle’s Theorem

 

1-21

1.7

Lagrange’s Mean Value Theorem

1-25

1.7.1

Alternative form of Lagrange’s Mean

 

Value Theorem

 

1-26

1.8

Exercise

 

1-27

Unit Two

Chapter 2: Differentiation & Transformation

2.1

Partial Derivatives

2-1

2.1.1 Homogeneous Function

2-1

2.1.2 Total Differential Coefficient

2-2

2.1.3 Exact Differential

2-3

2.2 Euler’s Theorem on Homogeneous Function

2-5

 

2.2.1 Deduction from Euler’s Theorem

2-6

2.3 Transformation of Independent Variables 2-8
2.3 Transformation of Independent Variables
2-8
2.4 Exercise 2-10 Chapter 3: Jacobian, Maxima & Minima 3.1 Jacobians of Explicit Function and
2.4 Exercise
2-10
Chapter 3: Jacobian, Maxima & Minima
3.1 Jacobians of Explicit Function
and Implicit Function with Properties
3-1
3.1.1 Jacobian of Implicit Functions
3-1
3.1.2 Properties of Jacobians
3-3
3.2 Functional Dependence
3-5
3.3 Maxima and Minima of Functions

of Two Independent Variables

3-7

3.4 Maxima and Minima of a Function of Several Independent Connected Variables by Lagrange’s Method of Undetermined Multipliers

3-8

3.5 Exercise

3-12

Unit Three Chapter 4: Complex Number

4.1 DeMoivre’s Theorem and Its Applications

4-1

4.1.1 Definition

4-1

4.1.2 Rules for the Manipulation of Complex Number

4-1

4.1.3 Polar form of Complex Numbers

4-3

4.1.4 Geometrical Representation of a Complex Number

4-4

4.2

DeMoivre’s Theorem

4-5

4.3

Applications of DeMoivre’s Theorem

4-7

4.3.1 Roots of a Complex Number

4-7

4.3.2 Working Method for Finding the q roots of (a + ib) p/q

4-9

4.4

Hyperbolic Function, Inverse Hyperbolic Functions and Separation of Real and Imaginary Parts

4-11

4.4.1 Hyperbolic Function

4-11

4.4.2 Relations between Circular and Hyperbolic Functions

4-12

4.4.3 Inverse Hyperbolic Function

4-13

4.5

Logarithm of Complex Numbers

4-16

4.6

Exercise

4-18

Unit Four Chapter 5: Ordinary Differential Equation of First & First Degree

5.1 Introduction to Differential Equations

5-1

5.2 Formation of a Differential Equation

5-2

5.3 Equation of the First Order and Equation of the First Degree

5-2

 

5.3.1 Separation of Variables

5-3

5.3.2 Equations Homogeneous in x and y

5-5

5.3.3 NonHomogeneous Linear Equations

5-7

5.4 Linear Differential Equation (L.D.E)

5-9

 

5.4.1 Linear Equation of the First Order

5-9

5.4.2 Differential Equation Reducible to Linear Differential Equation

5-11

5.4.3 Exact Differential Equation

5-13

5.4.4 Method of Solution of an Exact Differential Equation

5-14

5.5 Equations Reducible to the Exact Differential Equations

5-16

5.5.1

Integrating Factors

5-16

5.5.2 Problems based on Substitution Method5-21

5.6

Exercise

5-22

Unit Five Chapter 6: Differential Equation of First & Higher Degree

6.1 Differential Equations of the First Order and of a Degree Higher than the First

6-1

 

6.1.1 Introduction

6-1

6.1.2 Equation Solvable for p

6-1

6.1.3 Equations Solvable for y

6-3

6.1.4 Equation Solvable for x

6-5

6.2 Clairaut’s Forms of the Equation

6-7

6.3 Equation Reducible to Clairaut’s Form

6-8

 

6.3.1

Method of Substitution

6-8

6.4 Applications of Differential Equations of 1 st Order and 1 st Degree

6-15

 

6.4.1 Orthogonal Trajectories

6-15

6.4.2 Working Rule to find Equation of Orthogonal Trajectories

6-16

6.5 Application to the Problems of Electric Circuit

6-18

 

6.5.1 Symbols

6-18

6.5.2 Basic Relations

6-18

6.5.3 Kirchhoff’s Law

6-19

6.6 Exercise

 

6-21

Unit Six (New) Chapter 7: Sequences and Series

7.1 Infinite Series

7-1

7.2 Series of Positive Terms

7-1

7.3 Alternating Series

7-1

7.4

Partial Sums

7-1

7.5 Behaviour of an Infinite Series

7-2

7.6 Cauchy’s General Principle of Convergence of series

7-7

7.7 Comparison Tests

7-10

7.8 Hyper Harmonic Series or P-Series

7-18

7.9 D’ Alembert’s Ratio Test

7-30

7.10 Raabe’s Test

7-38

7.11 Exercise

7-42

University Question Papers with Solutions

Solved Papers

Page No.

SUMMER-2013 Solved Paper

B-1 to B-36

WINTER-2013 Solved Paper

B-37 to B-72

SUMMER-2014 Solved Paper

B-73 to B-108

WINTER-2014 Solved Paper

B-109 to B-136

SUMMER-2015 Solved Paper

B-137 to B-160

WINTER-2015 Solved Paper

B-161 to B-188

SUMMER-2016 Solved Paper

B-189 to B-208

WINTER-2016 Solved Paper

B-209 to B-224

SUMMER-2017 Solved Paper

B-225 to B-244

WINTER-2017 Solved Paper

B-245 to B-264

SUMMER-2018 Solved Paper

B-265 to B-280

WINTER-2018 Solved Paper

B-281 to B-296

SUMMER-2019 Solved Paper

B-297 to B-316

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NEW SYLLABUS 2019-20

SYLLABUS: ENGINEERING MATHEMATICS-I

Unit I Differential Calculus : Successive Differentiation, Leibnitz’s Theorem, Rolle’s Theorem, Mean value theorem, Expansions of function using Taylor’s and Maclaurin’s theorems; Indeterminate Forms Using L’Hospital Rule.

Unit II Multivariable Differential Calculus: Partial differentiation, total differential coefficients, exact differential, Euler’s theorem on homogeneous function, Maxima & Minima of a function of several connected independent variables (Lagrange’s multipliers).

Unit III Complex Numbers: Demoiver’s theorem and its applications, Hyperbolic and inverse hyperbolic functions, separation of real and imaginary parts, Logarithm of complex numbers.

Unit IV: First order and First Degree Ordinary Differential Equations: Ordinary differential equations of first order and first degree in various Forms, (Variable separable, linear differential equation, homogeneous differential, exact differential equation) and reducible to above forms, methods of substitution.

Unit V: First order and Higher Degree Ordinary Differential Equations: Solution of differential equation of first order and higher degree by various methods.

Applications of Ordinary Differential Equations: Applications of differential equations of first order and first degree to the problems on orthogonal trajectories and Electrical engineering.

Unit VI: Sequences and Series: Convergence of Sequence and Series, Test for Convergence, Comparison Test, Ratio Test, Root Test, Raabe’s Test, Range of Convergence.

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: NOTE :

We are providing solution of old university asked questions along with this theory material.

University has changed syllabus of this subject in 2019-20 session. There are two major Changes in old syllabus as:

In Old Syllabus

In New Syllabus.

Unit 3

Unit 2:

Jacobian’s of explicit functions and implicit function and with properties, function dependence.

Last unit 6 is newly added. So for this unit you will not get any old questions.

So refer following table for reference this will help you while studying.

Paper Marked Questions

Where are in New Syllabus.

[Refer Page No. B-1 to B-280]

 

Unit 1:

Q.1 and Q.2

Topic Rolle’s Theorem, Mean value theorem is added.

Q.3 and Q.4 Omit

question

of

Unit 2:

Topic Parseval’s Theorem is added.

Transformation independent variables.

of

Q.5 and Q.6 Omit Jacobian’s .

questions

of

Unit 2:

Q.7 and Q.8

Unit 3:

Q.9 and Q.10

Unit 4:

Q.11 and Q.12

Unit 5:

This unit is newly added in syllabus, so in old papers question related to this unit is not available.

Unit 6:

New added

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Important Formulae

1.

Greek Letters

 

 

Alpha

 

Theta

Kappa

Tau

 

Beta

 

Phi

 

Mu

Chi

Gamma

 

Psi

 

   

Nu

Omega

 

Delta

 

Xi

 

   

Pi

Capital

Gamma

   

Epsilon

 

Eta

   

Rho

   

Capital

Delta

   

Iota

Zeta

 

Sigma

 

Capital

Sigma

Lambda

           

2.

Some Notations

 

 

Belongs to

 

 

Union

Does not belong to

 

 

Intersection

 

Implies

 

 

Such that

Implies and implied by

 

 

There exist

They does not exist      

They does not exist

     

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