### M.sc Second Year Maths Important Questions 2024

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### M.sc Mathematics Second Year Important Questions For Exam

**M.sc Mathematics Second Year Numerical Analysis Important Questions For Exam**

- Find the formula for Quadrature for equally spaced arguments and hence derive Simpson's three-eighth rule.
- Compare Newton's method with the Regula-Falsi method. Apply Newton's Raphson method to find the square root of 12 to five places of decimals.
- Prove that the divided differences can be expressed as the product of multiple integrals.
- Compare Newton's method with the Regula-Falsi method. Apply Newton's Raphson method to find the square root of 12 to five places of decimals.
- Find the formula for Quadrature for equally spaced arguments and hence derive Simpson's three-eighth rule.

**M.sc Mathematics Second Year Questions On Functional Analysis**

- Let X and Y be two normed linear spaces where X is finite-dimensional. Then show that every linear map from X to Y is continuous.
- Let L be a linear space over F, then show that the sum of two inner products on L is also an inner product on L.
- State and prove F. Riesz's lemma.
- State and prove the closed graph theorem.
- Show that the inner product space is jointly continuous.
- State and prove the Hahn-Banach theorem.
- State and prove open mapping theorem.
- State polarization identity and explain it in an inner product space.
- Give an example of a Banach space that is not a Hilbert space.
- If H is a Hilbert space, then show that the conjugate space H* is also a Hilbert space.
- If a Hilbert space H is separable, then show that every orthonormal set of H is countable.

**M.sc Mathematics 2nd Year Partial Differential Equations Imp Questions**

- Explain Charpit's method for the solution of non-linear partial differential equation of the first order.
- Derive the Fourier equation of heat conduction.
- Explain Charpit's method for the solution of non-linear partial differential equation of the first order.

**M.sc Maths Second Year Questions On Analytical Dynamics**

- Prove that Lagrange's Bracket does not obey the commutative law of algebra.
- A particle moves in a plane under a central force depending on its distance from the origin. Then construct the Hamiltonian of the system and derive Hamilton's equation of motion.
- Give the physical significance of Hamilton's characteristic function.
- Explain the principle of least action and hence establish it in terms of the arc length of a particle path.
- Derive the Hamilton-Jacobi equation and then find Hamilton's characteristic function.
- Discuss the motion of a sphere when the small sphere rolls without slipping on the rough interior of a fixed vertical cylinder of greater radius.
- Derive the formula for the Kinetic energy in terms of generalized coordinates and express generalized components of momentum in terms of Kinetic energy.
- Find the equation of motion of a simple pendulum by applying Lagrange's equation of motion.
- State and prove the Jacobi-Poisson theorem.
- Describe the motion of particles about revolving axes.
- Determine the kinetic energy and the moment of momentum of a rigid body rotating about a fixed axis.
- Derive Euler's equation of motion for the motion of a rigid body about a fixed point.
- Derive the formula for kinetic energy in terms of generalized coordinates and express generalized components of momentum in terms of kinetic energy.
- Derive Lagrange's equation of motion from Hamilton's canonical form of equations.
- Derive Lagrange's equation of impulsive motion in a Holonomic dynamical system.
- A bead is sliding on a uniformly rotating wire in a force-free space. Derive its equation of motion.
- Discuss the motion of a spherical pendulum deducing from Hamilton's canonical equations of motion.
- Define the generating function of a transformation and give an example of a generating function of transformation.
- Explain the terms (i) degree of freedom, (ii) Constraints, and (iii) generalized coordinates and classify the dynamical systems based on different types of constraints.
- Explain the difference between possible displacement and virtual displacement. Give one example of each.
- Use the Routhian equation of motion to determine the motion of a uniform heavy rod turning about one end which is fixed.
- Construct the Routhian function and Routh's equation for the solution of a problem involving cyclic and non-cyclic coordinates.
- What do you mean by Hamilton's function? Find the differential equations for Hamilton's function.

**M.sc Maths Second Year Questions On Fluid Mechanics**

- Derive Euler's equation of motion in cylindrical polar coordinates.
- State and prove Kelvin's circulation theorem.
- Derive the equation of continuity in Cartesian form.
- Derive Cauchy-Riemann differential equation in polar form.
- Describe the motion of fluid between rotating co-axial circular cylinders.
- Derive Euler's equation of Fluid motion.
- Derive the equation of motion under impulsive force.
- Derive the rate of strain tensor of fluid in motion.
- What do you mean by Source, Sink, and Doublet? Describe them with suitable examples of each.
- Obtain the equation of continuity in spherical polar coordinates.
- Write notes on the following- (i) Velocity Potential (ii) Velocity Vector (iii) Boundary Surface.
- Show that the two-dimensional irrotational motion, stream function satisfies Laplace's equation.
- Derive Navier-Stokes equation of motion of the viscous fluid.
- What do you mean by source and sink? Find the complex potential due to a source of strength m placed at the origin.
- Derive the equation of energy for an incompressible fluid motion with constant fluid properties.
- Obtain the boundary layer equations in two-dimensional flow.

**M.sc Maths Second Year Operation Research Questions**

- Show that every extreme point of the convex set of feasible solutions is a B.F.S. (Basic Feasible Solution).
- Explain in detail the dual simplex method elaborating on each step.
- Describe the method of constructing the solution to the 'Game Problem' where the game is without saddle point.
- Define hyperplane and hypersphere. Prove that every hyperplane in Rn is a convex set.
- Prove that the intersection of any finite number of convex sets is a convex set.

**M.sc Maths Second Year Questions On Tensor Algebra**

(Tensor Algebra, Integral Transforms, Linear Integral Equations, Operational Research Modeling Questions)

- State and prove the quotient theorem of tensors; give an example.
- Show that the covariant derivative of a co-variant vector is a mixed tensor of rank two.
- State and prove the Convolution theorem for the inverse Laplace transform.
- Determine a deterministic model with instantaneous production. Shortage allowed.
- Define Fredholm integral and Volterra integral equations.
- State and prove the convolution theorem of Fourier transforms.
- Explain the Fredholm integral equations of three kinds.
- Show that any linear combination of tensors of type (r, s) is a tensor of type (r, s).

**M.sc Second Year Questions On Maths In C Programming**

- What are the different types of statements written in C? Explain each type with the help of an example.
- What is an Operator? Describe different types of operators in C with examples.
- Explain different types of Scalar data types in C with examples.
- What is a control statement in C Language? Explain with the help of an example.
- What is meant by looping in C? Explain some of the looping statements with examples.
- Discuss integer constant, floating point constant, and character constant. What are the rules for constructing integer contents?
- What is a function? Explain the function using an example. Discuss the advantages and disadvantages of using functions. Are functions required when writing a C program?
- What are the different types of If and else statements used in C? Explain each of them with help of an example.
- Write a program in C to find the roots of a quadratic equation.
- Why Switch statements are used in C? How do they differ from other conditional statements?
- What are logical errors and how does it differ from syntax errors? Write a program in C to swap the value of two variables.
- Give an example of a Switch statement.
- What are structures? When and why are they used in C? Give an example to explain them.
- Differentiate between arrays and pointers. Give examples for each of them.
- Write short notes on the following- (a) Operators (b) GOTO statement (c) Break and continue statement (d) Global variables (e) Branching statements (f) Recursion
- What is debugging? When is the “void” keyword used in a function?
- Write a program in C to print the multiplication table of a given number.

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Question - **What is the pass mark for MSc Maths?**

Answer - It depends on the university. By the way, in some universities, candidates pass on 60%, and in some even less.

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