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(2)
(3)
(4)
1.

(a) Derive one dimensional wave equation stating all conditions.


. (b) Obtain complex form of Fourier series for f(x) = cosh ax + sinh ax in (-I, I).
(c) F.=indthe value of k if the following function is a probability densityfunction

(d)

{ok (1_X2)

100

Also find P (01 < x < 0'2) and P (x > 05).


Calculate the correlation coefficient for following data :-.

65

66

67

67

68

69

70

72

67

68

65

68

72

72

69

71

a2u

Obtain a solution ofax2


(i)
(ii)
(iii)
(iv)

5
5
5

0<x<1
otherwise.

(a) Expand f(x) = Ix - X20 < X < I in a half range cosine series
(b) A fair coin is tossed till a head appears. What is the expectation of the number of
tosses required?
(c)

3.

[ Total Marks:

Question NO.1 is compulsory.


Attempt any four questions out of remaining six questions.
Make suitable assumptions if required and justify the same.
Figures to the right indicate full marks.

f(x)

2.

(3 Hours)

a2u

+ ay2

0 to satisfy the following conditions

6
6

:-

u ~ 0 as y ~ 00 for all x.
u = 0 if x 0 for all y.
u 0 if x Ifor all y.
u Ix - X2if Y 0 for all values of x between 0 and I.

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=

=
=

1
In a certain factory turning out blades, there is a small chance 500 for any blade to

be defective. The blades are supplied in packets of 10. Use the poisson distribution
to calculate the approximate number of packets containing no defective, one defective,
two defective blades in a consignment of 10,000 packets (Given: e-002
09802).
(b) Find the Fourier series for f(x) = X2defined in (0, 271:)and hence deduce that

(a)

71:2 1
12 =

12 - 22 + 32 -

(c)

1
42 +

Fit a second degree parabolic


production in 1982.

curve to the following

Year (x)

1974

1975

1976

1977

1978

1979

1980

1991

12

14

26

42

40

50

52

53

Production

(y) (in tons)

data and estimate the

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4.

5.

(a) The marks obtained by students in a certain examination follow a normal distribution
with mean 45 and standard deviation 10. If 1000 students appeared at an
examination, calculate the number of students scoring :- ,
(i) less than 40 marks
(ii) more than 60 marks.
(b) Find the Fourier expansion of f(x) = 2x - X2 0 ~ X ~ 3 whose period is 3.6
(c) A homogeneous rod of conducting material of length I has ends kept at zero
temperature and the temperature at the centre is T and falls uniformly to zero at
the two ends.
Find the temperature u (x, t) at any time.
(a) A sample of 100 students is taken from a large population. The mean height of
the student in this sample is 160 cms. Can it be reasonable that in the population,
the means height is 165 cms and standard deviation is 10 cms ?
(b) Show that for a poison distribution the mean and standard deviation are same.
(c) What is rank correlation? Determine the coeffiecient of rank correlation from
the following data :X
64
75
40
64
68
75
50
64
80
55
y

6.

62

58

68

45

81

60

68

48

50

200

183

186

203

219

18

28

12

6
8

188

Examine if the average values of protein in the two samples significantly differ.
t
(b) Fit a B'Inoma I diISn
t lbutiIon t 0 th e f 0 IIowmq daa:X
4
0
1
2
3
5
6
F

70

(a) The following data represent the biological value of protein from cow's milk and
buffaloes milks at a certain level.
188 '
Cow's milk
182
202
161
181
154
Buffaloe's milk

(c) Express the function :f(x) = 1


Ixl < 1
=0
Ixl > 1

oJ

as Fourier integral.

Hence evaluate

fo

sinw cos w x
w
dx.

7. ,,(a) Show that the set of functions sin (2n+1)x n

= 0, 1, 2, 3,

is orthogonal

(b) Theory predicts that the proportion of beans in 4 groups A, B, C and D. should be
9:3:3:1. In an experiement amoung 1600 beans the numbers in the 4 groups were
882, 313, 287 and 118 respectively. Does the experiment support the theory ?
(c) Obtain all possible solutions of two-dimensional heat equation for steady state
conditions using method of separation of variables.

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