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B.A./B.Com./B.Sc./B.B.M./B.H.M. DEGREE EXAMINATION, DECEMBER 2011.

(Examination at the end of First Year)

Part I English

Paper I GENERAL ENGLISH

Time : Three hours Maximum : 100 marks

PART A

(ANALYTICAL SKILLS)

1. Read the following passages and answer the questions that follow : (10 1 = 10)

(a) He became the hero of the day. They watched him in great administration and decided to
reward him adequately

(i) Who is the he of the passage?

(ii) Who are they?

(iii) How did they watch him?

(iv) What did they decide?

(v) From which lesson is this passage taken.

(b) They were both dripping wet, of course, but in addition Eve had lost her hand bag, in
which, to prevent it from getting splashed, she had put a gold wrist watch which had
been given to her on her twenty-first birthday only two months before.

(i) What had Eve lost?

(1) her books (2) her money

(3) her hand bag (4) her keys

(ii) What was there in her hand bag?

(1) money (2) gold wrist-watch

(3) bus ticket (4) books

(iii) Why did she put her gold wrist watch in the hand bag?

(1) to hide it (2) to prevent from stealing

(3) to save it from sun (4) to prevent from getting splashed


(iv) When was she given to gold watch?

(1) One year before (2) Five days before

(3) On the New Year Day (4) On her twenty-first birthday

(v) From which lesson is this passage taken?

(1) Lovers' Reunion (2) Dolly at the Dentist

(3) Letter to Indu (4) The thief's story

2. (a) Correct the following sentences : (5 1 = 5)

(i) I have written a letter to him yesterday.

(ii) One of my friends live in Bombay.

(iii) Rani was married with Alok.

(iv) He is a best player.

(v) Does he knows you?

(b) Rewrite the sentences as directed : (5 1 = 5)

(i) Lock the door. (Change the voice)

(ii) Bombay is the largest city in India. (change into comparative degree)

(iii) Hema asked me if I had finished my homework. (Convey the meaning changing to
direct speech)

(iv) We left Rosy at the station and went back home. (Change into complex sentence)

(v) She is good mathematics. (Insert the correct prepositions)

(c) Change the following into indirect speech : (2)

(i) Gopal said, Did you finish your lunch?

(ii) She said : I am watering the plants.

(d) Fill in the blanks with correct forms of verbs given in the brackets : (5 1 = 5)

(i) He to church every Sunday. (go)

(ii) She the TV now. (watch)

(iii) I for you since 5 P.M. (wait)

(iv) She French. (know)

(v) They a new car last month. (buy)


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(e) Fill in the blanks with suitable words given at the end of the list : (5)

(i) The salesman is a new product.

(ii) Marriages are in Heaven.

(iii) of the boys got first class.

(iv) him be congratulated.

(v) Rome was not built in a .

(day, neither, made, demonstrating, let)

(f) Rewrite the following set of jumbled sentences to make them into a coherent passage : (4)

(i) Water and milk heat we should vessels separate in.

(ii) When boils water the we tea powder should put it in.

(iii) Milk when the is boiled mix we should the milk hot tea decoction with.

(iv) It filter cups into then tea and is ready.

(g) Attempt a dialogue between a mother and daughter about their plans to buy new clothes
for Sankranti festival. (4)

(h) Write a paragraph using the following hints : (5)

Planning for a picnic - fixing a private bus cooks food materials singing songs
returning to college hostel by evening.

(i) Write an essay in about 100 words on any ONE of the following : (5)

(i) Revolution in the development of communications - The Telephone.

(ii) Impact of TV on students.

(iii) Influence of science and technology on modern man's life.

PART B

(DESCRIPTIVE SKILLS)

3. Write an essay on ONE of the following : (1 10 = 10)

(a) How did Dasa escape from the punishment held out to him by the inmates of the
bungalow?

(b) Narrate in your own words the mystery that surrounds the cufflinks.

(c) Describe Nehru's life in prison.

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4. Write short notes on any THREE of the following : (3 5 = 15)

(a) Give a brief summary of the thoughts expressed by Edmund Waller in his poem,
Go, Lovely Rose.

(b) Write an appreciation of Wordsworth's poem The Tables Turned.

(c) Why does Edgar Allan Poe consider science as the destroyer of poetry?

(d) What is the message of poem, Laugh and Be Merry?

(e) What are the joys of the Primitive Africans as expressed in the poem, Piano and
Drums?

5. Write an essay on ONE of the following : (1 10 = 10)

(a) Sketch the character of Sudershom Sharma as you find in The Gold watch.

(b) Narrate how the salesman suffered by his excessive care and honesty in the story,
Lemon, Yellow and Fig.

(c) Summarise Tolstoy's story, God Sees the Truth but Waits.

6. (a) Explain any TWO of the following : (2 5 = 10)

(i) I have learnt from experience that I am not wise enough to advise others.

(ii) Your first! do mean to say that you began practising on me?

(iii) I could live like an oil-rich Arab for a week or two.

(b) Explain any ONE of the following : (5)

(i) Up! Up! My Friend, and quit your books;

or surely you'll grow double:

(ii) No,

The root is to be pulled out --

Out of the anchoring earth;

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(DTEL 1)

B.A./B.Com./B.Sc./B.B.M./B.H.M. DEGREE EXAMINATION, DECEMBER 2011.


(Examination at the end of First Year)
Part I Telugu
Paper I POETRY, NOVEL AND GRAMMAR
Time : Three hours Maximum : 100 marks

*--$ ---MZ V>, {V>M Z V> {$-^$a.

1. D {M -Z JM--M {-- --$$$ {$$-$$. (8)

(a) -$$ $st-, $$, g_a, $ y$ *


$--M$ Vy-O f-$ - {M$
$-V$ #{$ y--; -f$ {# V>_-
--f-! $$r {-M MP -$$-.
(b) {$ $^$ M$$$ $$- $ $
--s $y$-V$y OM --
*--$$ $- #--M$ **-$--*-W-M
-M-$$ *$y V$$$ $ $$$- {^-.

2. D {M Z "A' V $_ ysM, "B' V $_ ysM Q$ {$y. (4 3 = 12)

"A' V
(a) i#-M$ My$ >-$.
(b) M M$y$ Vy-k-V--.
(c) M*V s--$-?
(d) H$V$ -V-y$ V--.

"B' V
(a) N$ $ -.
(b) M-M$ y $ M^$--y$.
(c) --$-$-$ $-M-V--$.
(d) EM y$ f$ V$ y$--^-r.
3. D {M Z "A' V $y JM--M, "B' V $y JM--M ---* *--$ {$y. (2 10 = 20)

"A' V
(a) M$ -_ {-.

(b) fj-$-- #~ _ $$.
"B' V
(a) MP ~_ "---' ---M-^y.

(b) }M-$~ {M-y-$ ~^y.
4. D {M Z "A' V $y JM--M, "B' V $y JM--M ---* *--$ {$y. (2 10 = 20)

"A' V
(a) >$-{$ {Z-$$.

(b) - $ "M--' {$ _{_ -$$.
"B' V
(a) -M B-V> V$-gy M O#-.

(b) ~_ >$--$ Ms r.
5. D {M Z ysM *- {$y. (2 10 = 20)

(a) M { L_--$-$?
(b) M>- M$$ $ -M-.
(c) C { -t.
6. (a) D {M Z A$$-sM y- M>>--$ {$y. (5 2 = 10)

(i) > $-$.


(ii) --.
(iii) A^a-r.
(iv) *--$.
(v) $_-V-$-#.
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(vi) {-y.
(vii) {--$$.
(viii) BO-M.

(ix) Wf.
(x) --$.
(b) D {M Z A$$-sM {V M>$ >, s *---*-$ {$y. (5 2 = 10)

(i) _ {M>-$$.
(ii) ---$$.
(iii) >f-$-Q-$$.
(iv) M>- $V$-$.
(v) $-$$-.
(vi) --$-y$.
(vii) ---$.
(viii) >--$$-$.

(ix) M y-M-$.
(x) ^{-$$S.

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B.A./B.Com./B.Sc./B.B.M./B.H.M. DEGREE
EXAMINATION, DECEMBER 2011.
(Examination at the end of First Year)
Part I Sanskrit
Paper I POETRY, GRAMMAR AND TRANSLATION
Time : Three hours Maximum : 100 marks

This paper may be answered in English or Telugu or


Sanskrit. While answering in Sanskrit
Devanagari Script should be used.

Answer the following :


(3 15 = 45)

1. (a) XeaW` am`nmbmZ{eH$` {bIV&


Write an essay about the administration of
king Dasaratha.

Or

(b) {dXaZr{Z_wZwg` npS>VbjUm{Z {deX`V&

Explain the qualities of a scholar according


to Viduraniti.
2. (a) {ed{ZXm ldm nmdVr H$_~drV {ddUwV&
What did Parvathi say on heaving abuse of
Siva? Explain.

Or
(b) `WmJW dgVVwJr_Vw M dU`V&
Describe the spring and summer seasons
according to the text.

3. (a) ""{OmonH${V'' B{V nmR>`^mJ` gmame {bIV&


Write the substance of the lesson
Duijopakruti.

Or
(b) _bmomrdZ Zm_mon`mZ {bIV&
Narrate the story of Mrulojjvanam.

4. Answer any FOUR with reference to context.


Mdm[a gH$aU `m`mV& (4 5 = 20)

(a) C{XVm erbdmm`m _{f` Bdm_bm&


(b) Z OmZpV _ dm _pV nao&
(c) Z aZ^pdn{V _`Vo {h VV&
(d) {f{m _XmM[aV _hm`mZm_&
(e) H$amo{V gdZZwMoVZ gXm&
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(f) ZjmUrd M_&
(g) XV_wIm {X amOmZ: gd amd&
(h) j{UH$m{^{V g_V {d{ ggmadm_&
5. Translate any TWO into English or Telugu.
(2 3 12 = 7)
AmY^mfm`mdm Ambm ^mfm`mdm AZwdmX {bIV&
(a) A{_ Hw$Vo {_ {_ o{> {hZpV M&
H$_ Mma^Vo X> V_mX^yT>MoVg_&&
(b) {Z{dfoUm{n gn}U H$V`m _hVr \$Um&
{df ^dVw _m dm@Vw \$UmQ>monmo ^`>a:&&
(c) AmnX`} YZ ajoXmammjoXZa{n&
Am_mZm gVV ajo maa{n YZam{n&&
(d) [a$nm{UVw n`omOmZ XodVm Jw$_&
Z{_{mH$ {deofU \$boZ \$b_m{XeoO&&
6. (a) Write the forms of any THREE in other
number of given person. (3 2 = 6)
`mUm BVdMZofw $nm{U {bIV&
(i) ^dVw (ii) n`
(iii) gpV (iv) JN>{V
(v) An`V(vi) nR>oV
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(b) Write the forms of any FOUR in the given
case : (4 2 = 8)
(i) Xod` (ii) \$bm\w$
(iii) dm[a (iv) {nV
(v) ZXr (vi) Zhm
(vii) bVmgw (viii) H${d:
(c) Combine any FOUR : (4 2 = 8)
Mdm[a gKV &
(i) Vd + Bd (ii) {X` + AmfY_
(iii) B{V + Cnmh (iv) dmH$ + Be
(v) na: + bmoHo$ (vi) H${d: + On{V
(vii) VV + Q>rH$(viii) am_ + Ambm`:
(d) Dissolve any THREE : (3 2 = 6)
m`mUm {VJhdm`m{Z {bIV&
(i) amOnwf: (ii)AY_:

(iii) Mmoa`_ (iv) Zrbmonb_


(v) {nVam (vi) YZ`m_:
(vii) _hm~b:(viii) {^wdZ_

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(DHIN 1) (NR)
B.A./B.Com./B.Sc./B.B.M./B.H.M. DEGREE
EXAMINATION, DECEMBER 2011.

(Examination at the end of First Year)

Part I Hindi

Paper I GENERAL HINDI

Time : Three hours Maximum : 100 marks

1. {H$ht VrZ Jmem| H$s ggJ `m`m H$s{OE& (24)

(a) H${d H$m g~go ~S>m JwU ZB-ZB ~mVm| H$ gyPZm h& CgHo$ {bE
H$nZm H$s ~S>r O$aV h& {Og_| {OVZr hr A{YH$ `h epV
hmoJr dh CVZr hr A{YH$ AN>r H${dVm {bI gHo$Jm&

(b) _ mn: gmoMVr h {H$ _Zw` OrdZ H$s Eogr gwXa D$Or H$mo
{ZpH$` Ama OS> ~ZmZo Ho$ H$m` H$mo _ZmoaOZ H$go H$hVm h&

(c) B`m _Zw` H$m Mm[a{MH$ Xmof hr Zht, `wV, Bggo _Zw` Ho$
AmZX _| ^r ~mYm nS>Vr h& OZ ^r _Zw` Ho$ X` _| B`m H$m
CX` hmoVm h gm_Zo H$m gy` Cgo _{_ gm XrIZo bJmVm h&
(d) EH$ AmYw{ZH$ MrZr {\$bmog\$a H$mo {XZ-amV `h {MVm naoemZ
H$aVr ahr Wr {H$ Am{Ia Omd Ho$ ZoVmAm| Ama {S>Q>oQ>am| _|
AVa `m h?
(e) Amn gmo{M`o , Mm~rg KQ>m| _| Eogm H$mZ-gm KQ>m `m {_ZQ> h,
O~ H$^r-Z-H$^r {H$gr A{V{W Zo AmH$ma AmnH$m H$m_ Z
amoH$ {X`m h&
2. {H$gr EH$ nmR> H$m gmame {b{IE& (15)
(a) A{V{W
(b) ^maVr` g{h` Or EH$Vm
(c) H${d Ama H${dVm&
3. (a) Mr\$ H$s XmdV AWdm nwaH$ma H$hmZr H$m gmame {b{IE&
(7)
(b) A{V{W {Z~Y Ho$ AmYma Ama AmYw{ZH$ OrdZ H$s
{dgJ{V`m| na H$me S>m{bE& (7)
(c) R>mHw$a H$m Hw$Am AWdm amoO H$hmZr H$m Co` {b{IE& (7)

4. (a) {ZZ{b{IV dm`m| H$mo ew H$s{OE& (10)


(i) am_ nwVH$ IarXZm Mm{hE&
(ii) A`mnH$ ^mfU XoZm Mm{hE&
(iii) amdU Zo grVm H$mo Mwam`r&
(iv) {nVmOr Zo am_m`mU nT>o&
(v) bS>H$s Zo KmoS>mo H$mo XoIo h&
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(b) gyMZm Ho$ AZwgma ~X{bE& (10)

(i) lrH$U Zo$ H$g H$mo _mam& (dm` ~X{bE)

(ii) _m{bZ$ nmYm| H$mo gtMVr h (aoIm{H$V eX H$m qbJ


~XbH$a dm` {b{IE)

(iii) bS>H$m emoa _MmVm h& (aoIm{H$V eX H$m dMZ


~XbH$a {b{IE&)

(iv) gabm Cn`mg nT>Vr h& (gm_m` ^{d`VH$mb _|


{b{IE)

(v) grVm nmR> nT>r& (Zo H$m `moJ H$s{OE)

5. (a) nmR>`H$_ H$s nwVHo$ _mJmZo Ho$ {b`o nwVH$ {dHo$Vm Ho$ Zm_ na
n {b{IE& (10)

AWdm

(b) {~hma `mm Ho$ dUZ H$aVo h`o {nVm Ho$ Zm_ n {b{I`o&

6. {ZZ{b{IV Jme H$m erfH$ XoH$a bJ^J EH$ {VhmB _| g{jrH$aU


H$s{OE& (10)

nwamZo O_mZo _| Jw$ {e` H$m g~Y ~S>m AN>m hmoVm Wm& CZ {XZm|
{dmWu AnZo Jw$ Ho$ Ka ahVo Wo& Jw$ Ho$ n[adma Ho$ gmW do AnZm
gmam {dmWu OrdZ {~VmVo Wo& nT>Zo-{bIZo Ho$ Abmdm do Jw$ H$s
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godm AnZm H$m` _mZVo Wo& OJb go bH$S>r bmVo, ^moOZ nH$mVo dm
n[ada Ho$ A` H$m_m| _| hmW ~Q>mVo Jw$ ^r AnZo {e`m| H$mo `ma H$aVo
Wo EH$ MVwa {nVm H$s Vah do AnZo {e`m| Ho$$ X{ZH$ OrdZ na
{ZJamZr aIVo& ZVrOm `h hmoVm Wm {H$ {e` Ho$db {dmZ hr Zht
hmoVo Wo, do M[admZ ^r hmoVo Wo&

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(DICS 1)

B.A./B.Com./B.Sc. DEGREE EXAMINATION, DECEMBER 2011.


(Examination at the end of First Year)
Paper I INDIAN HERITAGE AND CULTURE
Time : One and half hours Maximum : 50 marks
SECTION A (2 13 = 26 marks)

Answer any TWO of the following questions.

1. Describe the vedic culture and its importance.


OM P ~_ $ y.

2. Write about the life of Vardhamana Mahaveera and its teachings.


$$ i $$$ Z$ V*a {$y.

3. Describe the cultural Achievements under the Guptas administration.


P M VZ V$#$ _ f*$ ~^y.

4. Trace the western impact on India.


O >a {$$$ ^y.

5. Describe the influence of Islam an Indian culture.


P O C {$$$ ~^y.

6. Describe the Administrative system of Shersha.


$$$ ~^y.
SECTION B (3 4 = 12 marks)

Write short notes on any THREE of the following questions.

7. Buddhism.
o$$$.

8. Vedic Culture.
OM P.

9. Culture of Satavahana.
>$ P.

10. Caste system.


M$ .
11. Bhakti movement.
M E$.

12. Shivaji.

h.

13. Atharvana Veda.

A .

14. Din-i-Ilahi.

&I&C.

SECTION C (12 marks)

Answer ALL questions.

15. Fill in the blanks :


(a) The founder of Satvahana dynasty was .
(b) Akbar wrote .
(c) Mahaveera was born at .
(d) Shersha defeated Humayun in the battle of .

R$ N#$$.
(a) > M$y$ .
(b) AM$ { {V .
(c) * $$y$ f_ .
(d) $$$$Z $$$$$ f$$^$.

16. Choose the correct answer.

$O *$$$ V$^$$$.
(a) Original name of Shersha
(i) Mastan (ii) Kareem
(iii) Farid (iv) Subedar

A$ $
(i) $ (ii) M$
(iii) y (iv) $.

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(b) Vijayanagar is situated on Southern Bank of River
f$V H MZ
(i) Yamuna (ii) Kaveri
(iii) Krishna (iv) Tungabadra
(i) $$$ (ii) M>
(iii) M~ (iv) $V{
(c) The Court Language of the Muslims.
$$$ Mt H?
(i) Arabic (ii) Persian
(iii) Urdu (iv) Hindi
(i) AM (ii) $
(iii) E$ (iv)
(d) The first vedic text is
$$s {V
(i) Rig veda (ii) Yajur veda
(iii) Sama veda (iv) Atharvana veda
(i) $$V (ii) $k
(iii) $ (iv) A

17. Match the following :


(a) Great bath (i) Peer
(b) Non violence (ii) Vijayanagaram Rulers
(c) Guru of Sufi (iii) Mohenjodaro
(d) Lepakshi architecture (iv) Akbar
(v) Harappa
(vi) Gandhiji
{M s f^$$$ :
(a) $ sM (i)
(b) A (ii) f$ V >f$
(c) $ V$$# (iii) $$f
(d) _{M Q$ (iv) AM$
(v)
(vi) V>i

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B.A./B.Sc. DEGREE EXAMINATION, DECEMBER 2011.


(Examination at the end of First Year)
Part II Mathematics
Paper I DIFFERENTIAL EQUATIONS, ABSTRACT ALGEBRA AND VECTOR CALCUS
Time : Three hours Maximum : 100 marks

SECTION A (8 5 = 40 marks)

Answer ALL questions.

Each question carries 5 marks.

1. Solve ( px y )( py + x ) = 2 p $ ^y.

2. Form the differential equation by eliminating the arbitrary constants a, b from

y = a e 2x + b x e 2x .

y = a e 2x + b x e 2x $_ *-_eM ->-$-$ $ ^ A-M- $-M-- >$y.

3. Solve x dy y dx = x 2 + y 2 dx ^y.

4. ( )
Solve D 2 + D + 1 y = x 3 ^y.

5. Define Euler's function . Find (6 ) .

B$$- &{$* _^y, (6 ) $ M$-MPy.

6. Define the centre of a group G. Show that the centre of a group G is an abelian subgroup
of G.

JM $* G $$MP M{ ($-$)$ -_^y JM $* G $$MP M{, G $$MP G--$


E--$*--$ ^*y.

7. If is a differentiable scalar point function, then prove that Curl (grad ) = 0 .

JM A-M--$ A-> $ {$$ A$$ Curl (grad ) = 0 A ^*y.


8. If F = 3x y i y 2 j , then evaluate F dx
C
where C is the curve y = 2x 2 in the X Y - plane

from (0, 0 ) to (1, 2 ) .

F = 3x y i y 2 j A$$, XY -& Z (0, 0 ) $y (1, 2) M$ y = 2x 2 A {M C M F d x $


C

V ^$y.

SECTION B (4 15 = 60 marks)

Answer ALL questions.

Each question carries 15 marks.

9. (a) (i) Prove that the necessary and sufficient condition for the differential equation
M N
M dx + N dy = 0 to be exact is that = .
y x

M N
M dx + N dy = 0 A-M- $-M- $ A-M- M>-y-M, = B--M-&>-- $$
y x
A *-^y.

(ii) ( )
Reduce the equation x y p 2 x 2 + y 2 +1 p + x y = 0 to clairants form and find its
signgular solution.

( )
x y p 2 x 2 + y 2 +1 p + x y = 0 $-M-- M *Z-M $$>M_, A-- -$
M$-MPy.

Or

dx dy dz
(b) (i) Find the general solution of = = .
x +y
2 2
2 xy (x + y ) z

dx dy dz
= = $$MP - --$ M$-MPy.
x +y 2 2
2 xy (x + y ) z

(ii) ( ) ( )
Solve x 2 y 2x y 2 dx x 3 3x 2 y dy = 0 $ ^y.

10. (a) (i) ( )


Solve D 2 + a 2 y = tan a x by the method of variation of parameters.

>-$-$ ^- (*$) --$--*-W_ (D 2


)
+ a 2 y = tan a x $ ^y.

(ii) (
Solve D 2 5 D + 6 y = x e 4 x ) $ ^y.

Or

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d2 y
(b) (i) Find the complete solution of sin 2 x = 2 y, if y = cot x is one of its solution.
dx 2

d2 y
sin 2 x = 2y $-M---M y = cot x , JM A$$, B $-M---M N~ -$
dx 2
M$-MPy.

(ii) ( )
Solve D 2 3 D + 2 y = cos 2x cos 3x $ ^y.

11. (a) (i) State and prove the Cayley's theorem.

M {-__, *-^y.

(ii) Define a permutation, a cycle and a disjoint cycle. Prove that every permutation
defined on finite set S is a product of disjoint cycles.

JM {->, JM B (OM) $$$ $$M B-$-$ -_^y. JM -$ $ S O

_--y { { , $$M B-$ A *^y.

Or

(b) (i) State and prove the Lagranges theorem for finite groups.

-$ $*--M$ {V>g {-__, *-^y.

(ii) Let N be a normal subgroup of a group G . Show that N is a maximal normal


subgroup of G if and only if G N is a simple group.

G $*-M N A-- $* A$-M. G $$MP Vx A- $* N M>-y-M


G N $* M>-- B--M >--$ ^*y.

12. (a) (i) Find the curvature K and torsion T for the space curve x = t sin t , y = 1 cos t ,
z= t.

A> {M x = t sin t , y = 1 cos t , z = t M$ {M K, *-r T $ M$-MPy.

(ii) State and prove the stokes theorem.

tM {__, *^y.

Or

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(b) (i) Find the directional derivative of f = 2 xy + 5 yz + zx at the point (1, 2, 3) in the

direction of 3 i 5 j + 4 k .

3i 5 j + 4 k -Z (1, 2, 3) $# f = 2 xy + 5 yz + zx $$MP OM#--$$$

M$-MPy.

(ii) Evaluate F N ds where


S
F = Z i + x j 3 y2 z k and S is the surface

x 2 + y 2 = 16 included in the first octant between z = 0 and z = 5 .

F = Z i + x j 3 y2 z k A$$--y$, S z =0, z = 5 $ {-*-t-$Z ^,

x 2 + y 2 = 16 ^ -y$ F N ds $-$ V ^$y.


S

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B.Sc. DEGREE EXAMINATION, DECEMBER 2011.


(Examination at the end of First Year)
Part II Physics
Paper I MECHANICS, WAVES AND OSCILLATIONS
Time : Three hours Maximum : 100 marks

PART A (2 15 = 30 marks)

Answer any TWO questions.

1. What are scalar and vector products? Write any five characteristics of vector product. State
Stoke's theorem.

A $$$ -$$$ AV> $? y$ - $$ $$MP >-$ Is- {$$$$. tM -$$$


-_^$-$$.

2. Derive Euler's equations of rotational motion for a rigid body fixed at one end.

$O $# B-V> {$-$$ ^$ --$# -$Z B$$- $>M--$$-$ E-^y.

3. State the postulator of special theory of relativity and explain the principle of mass-energy
equivalence with examples.

$$ $$MP {----$ {-> M $-$ EZ -^$-$$.

4. Define control force. Give two examples. Show that the control forces are conservative.

M{$ -$$$ -_#$$. y$ E-$ Cy. M{$ $$ --$ *-^y.

PART B (2 15 = 30 marks)

Answer any TWO of the following.

5. What are forced oscillations? Obtain an expression for the amplitude of forced vibration and
deduce condition for resonance.

-P- M-$ AV> $? P M- M -$--M $>M--$$$ E-^$$$. A$-$$


H-y$-rM$ -$-$ >-r$t-$$.

6. Discuss the application of Fourier's series for the analysis of a square wave.

-$ E-*-W_ ^$-{ V> ^y.


7. What are coupled oscillators? Obtain normal mode frequency of two identical simple
pendulums connected by means of elastic spring.

$$W y-$ AV> $? - M $-Z y$ $$X y-M>$ {V$ M---y


@-#--$$$ >-r$t-$$.

8. Write an essay on production, properties and application of ultrasonics.

A--$ E, >$ $$$ A$---$ V*a $$ {$$-$$.

PART C (5 4 = 20 marks)

Answer any FIVE questions.

9. State and explain Green's theorem.

{X -$$$ -__, *-^$-$$.

10. What is gyroscope? Briefly explain its working.

VO-P AV> $? $$MP $$ -^y.

11. Explain Kepler's laws of planetary motion.

M {V-V-$ $-*-$ -#-$$.

12. Give a brief account of the classification of beams.

*-$$ Y-M---$$$ V$_ M$ R {$$-$$.

13. Obtain the equation of motion of a simple harmonic oscillator.

--->--M-y- ^--M $>M- >-r$t-$$.

14. Explain relaxation time.

-M- M>$$ V$_ {$$-$$.

15. What are over-tones? Explain.

A$-->$ AV> $? -^$-$$.

16. Deduce mass energy relation.

{-> & M -$$$ >-r$t-$$.

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PART D (4 5 = 20 marks)

Answer any FOUR of the following.

17. A = i (x + 2 y + a z ) + j (bx 3 y z ) + k (4 x + 1 y + 2z ) is irretational, then find the values of


a, b, c .

A = i (x + 2 y + a z ) + j (bx 3 y z ) + k (4 x + 1 y + 2z ) A {$ --$O a, b, c $-$


M$-V-$-$$.

18. A sphere of mass 100 gm and diameter 0.01 m rotates without slipping with a velocity of
0.05 m/s. Calculate its Kinetic energy of rotation.

100 {V>. {>, 0.01 $> $$ M-W JM V, g-M$y 0.05 $>/. V {$^$ ^$ A$$
{$ Vh--M V-^y.

19. Prove that the centre of mass of two particles subjected to their mutual interaction alone
(Central force) moves with a constant velocity.

y$ M {-> M{$ - A ^-M$ Zy $--V ^--$ $k# ^$$-$$.

20. If a bicycle wheel of mass 2 kg and radius 0.5 m is rolling at a speed by 5 m/sec, then what is
its angular momentum?

2 M.{V>. {> 0.5 $ V OM ^{M$$ 5 $./. yZ $^$--^, B ^{M$$ $$MP M$


{ V-$?

21. Standing waves are produced by the superposition of two waves y1 = 10 sin (3 t 4 x ) and
y2 = 10 sin (3 t + 4 x ) . Find the amplitude of motion at x = 18 .

y$ V>$ A-- V>$ H-y-$$. y1 = 10 sin (3 t 4 x ) $$$


y2 = 10 sin (3 t + 4 x ) A$$ x = 18 ^ M -$- M$-V-$-$$.

22. A space ship has an original length of 240 m. At what speed relative to earth, should it travel
to have a length of 100 m in the reference plane of earth?

JM $M A$ y# 240 $. * V> y# 100 $>. Ey---s, *$M -V> A


G V {*-^---$.

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23. Calculate the increase in acoustic intensity level when the sound intensity is doubled.

{-$ y-$ ^--#y$ AM>-tM { $$Z $-V$---$ M$-V-$-$$.

24. If r is the position vector of a point, prove that Curl r = 0 .

JM -- r A$$ Curl r = 0 A ^*#-$$.

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B.Sc. DEGREE EXAMINATION, DECEMBER 2011.


(Examination at the end of First Year)
Part II Chemistry
Paper I CHEMISTRY
Time : Three hours Maximum : 100 marks
PART A (4 15 = 60 marks)

Answer ALL questions.

1. (a) What are Carbides? Write about their classification with suitable examples. Mention
few applications of Carbides.
M>Oy$V>$? W E M>Oy$ YM V$_ {$$$$. M>Oy$ A$$$ Ms
{$$$$.
Or
(b) Write the general methods of preparation of Carbonyls. Explain the structure and
bonding in Ni(Co )4 and Fe(Co )5 .

M>$ *$ ^$$ $$ $$$. Ni(Co )4 $$$ Fe(Co )5 Z BM $$$


$$ V$_ ^$$$.

2. (a) Discuss the SN 1 and SN 2 mechanism of alkyl halides with suitable examples.
W E BOP Oy$Z SN 1 $$$ SN 2 ^> ^$$$.
Or
(b) Discuss the general methods of preparation of Alkynes. Write their physical and
chemical properties.
BOP$$ *$^$$ $$ $$$. s oM $$$ $ $$ V$_
{$$$$.

3. (a) Write and explain Vander Waals equation. Explain the relationship between critical
constants and Vander Waals constants.
y $M$$$ , M#$$. V >M$$M$ $$$ y >M$$M$ V
$$$ #$$.
Or
(b) What are emulsions? Explain their classification with suitable examples. Write their
properties.
G$$V> $? s YM$ W E #$$. G$$ >$ {$$$$.
4. (a) Describe the important postulates of Molecular orbital theory. Write and explain M.O
diagrams for HF and F2 .

A$ Bs $$ $$MP $$Q A$$$ {$$$$. HF $$$ F2 $$MP A$ Bs


r$$$ X_ M#$$.

Or

(b) Name and explain the different types of titrations with suitable examples in detail.

M$$O sO{s$ W E V> ^$$$.

PART B (8 5 = 40 marks)

Answer any EIGHT of the following.

5. How are Silicones prepared? Write their uses.

M>$ Gs *$ ^$$$$? s E*V$$$ {$$$$.

6. What are poly halides? Write the structures of ICl2 and ICl4 .

O Oy$V>$? ICl2 $$$ ICl4 BM$$ {$$$$.

7. Describe the preparations of inter halogen compounds.

AZ $$$$ *$^$$ $$ ^$$$.

8. What are cyclo alkanes? How are they prepared?

OM BP$V>$? s r$ *$^$$$$?

9. Write and explain about the different structures of Benzene.

i $$MP BM$$ { M#$$.

10. By giving a suitable example, explain the general mechanism of electrophilic substitution
reaction.

JM E G{MtM { ^ $$MP ^> $$$ #$$.

11. Write a short note on crystal defects.

sM Z$$ V$_ JM $$ Q {$$$$.

12. What are Colloids? Write the preparation and properties of Colloids.

M$$yV>$? s A*$ ^$$ $$ $$$ $$ V$_ {$$$$.

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13. State and explain Raoults Law.

t $$$$$ M^$$$.

14. State and explain Heisenbergs uncertainty principle.

O Y Aa $$$$$ M^$$$.

15. Draw and explain the titration curve of a strong acid and strong base.
JM V> B$$$ $$$ JM V> >$$ $$MP sO{s {V>#$ X_ M^$$$.

16. Write about the co-precipitation and post - precipitation.


A$$ $$$ A {M$ V$_ {$$$$.

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