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By H.K. Dass

ISBN-10: 8121903459

ISBN-13: 9788121903455

Bargains with partial differentiation, a number of integrals, functionality of a posh variable, exact services, laplace transformation, complicated numbers, and facts.

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Show that z z z  ( x  y)  0 is equivalent to = 0 x y v 7. If u = f (x2 + 2 y z, y2 + 2 z x), prove that u du du ( y 2  z x)  ( x 2  y z)  ( z 2  xy ) 0 x dy dz (x + y) Created with Print2PDF. com/ Partial Differentiation 36 8. By changing the independent variables x and t to u and v by means of the relationships u = x – at, v = x + at 2 y a2 Show that  x2  2 y t2  4 a2 2 y u v du dx 1  v    y  9.   d x d u  y  v 2   y  x   v u uv z z z , show that 2 x u v .

2  2u 2  u  y and = n(n – 1)u xy x 2 y 2 As v is a homogeneous function of x, y of degree –n. (4) Created with Print2PDF. (7) [From (1)] xy x y On adding (6) and (7), we have 2 2 z z z 2  z  y x y 2 2  x  y  x  y = n(n – 1)u + n (n + 1) v + nu – nv x y = nu (n – 1 + 1) + nv (n + 1 – 1) = n2u + n2v = n2 (u + v) = n2z II. Deduction: Prove that x2 2 z  2 xy x2  2u x 2  2 xy Proved.  2u  2u  y 2 2 = g(u) [g(u) – 1] (Nagpur University, Winter 2003) xy y f (u ) g(u) = n f (u ) Proof.

2 z 2 z  y 2 . 2  n(n 1) z. xy y (Uttarakhand Ist Semester, Dec. 2006) Created with Print2PDF. com/ Partial Differentiation 21 Solution. By Euler’s Theorem x. t. ‘x’, we get z z 2 z 2 z  x. t. ‘y’, we have x.  x. (3) z  2 z z 2 z  y 2 = n  y yx y y x 2 z y 2 z z  = (n  1) 2 xy y y Multiplying (2) by x, we have  2 z z = ( n  1) x 2 xy x x Multiplying (3) by y, we have z 2 z 2 z xy.  y 2 . 2 = (n  1) y y yx y Adding (4) and (5), we get x2 . (5) 2  z z  2 z 2  z  y .

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