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Hints and answers
5.14 HINTS AND ANSWERS
5.33
If
1
I(α) =
0
xα − 1
dx,
ln x
α > −1,
what is the value of I(0)? Show that
d α
x = xα ln x,
dα
and deduce that
5.34
d
1
I(α) =
.
dα
α+1
Hence prove that I(α) = ln(1 + α).
Find the derivative, with respect to x, of the integral
3x
exp xt dt.
I(x) =
x
5.35
The function G(t, ξ) is defined for 0 ≤ t ≤ π by
#
− cos t sin ξ
for ξ ≤ t,
G(t, ξ) =
− sin t cos ξ
for ξ > t.
Show that the function x(t) defined by
π
x(t) =
G(t, ξ)f(ξ) dξ
0
satisfies the equation
d2 x
+ x = f(t),
dt2
where f(t) can be any arbitrary (continuous) function. Show further that x(0) =
[dx/dt]t=π = 0, again for any f(t), but that the value of x(π) does depend upon
the form of f(t).
[ The function G(t, ξ) is an example of a Green’s function, an important
concept in the solution of differential equations and one studied extensively in
later chapters. ]
5.14 Hints and answers
5.1
5.3
5.5
5.7
5.9
5.11
5.13
5.15
5.17
(a) (i) 2xy, x2 ; (ii) 2x, 2y; (iii) y −1 cos(x/y), (−x/y 2 ) cos(x/y);
(iv) −y/(x2 + y 2 ), x/(x2 + y 2 ); (v) x/r, y/r, z/r.
(b) (i) 2y, 0, 2x; (ii) 2, 2, 0; (v) (y 2 + z 2 )r−3 , (x2 + z 2 )r−3 , −xyr−3 .
(c) Both second derivatives are equal to (y 2 − x2 )(x2 + y 2 )−2 .
2x = −2y − x. For g, both sides of equation (5.9) equal y −2 .
∂2 z/∂x2 = 2xz(z 2 + x)−3 , ∂2 z/∂x∂y = (z 2 − x)(z 2 + x)−3 , ∂2 z/∂y 2 = −2z(z 2 + x)−3 .
(0, 0), (a/4, −a) and (16a, −8a). Only the saddle point at (0, 0).
The transformed equation is 2(x2 + y 2 )∂f/∂v = 0; hence f does not depend on v.
Maxima, equal to 1/8, at ±(1/2, −1/2), minima, equal to −1/8, at ±(1/2, 1/2),
saddle points, equalling 0, at (0, 0), (0, ±1), (±1, 0).
Maxima equal to a2 e−1 at (±a, 0), minima equal to −2a2 e−1 at (0, ±a), saddle
point equalling 0 at (0, 0).
Minimum at (0, 0); saddle points at (±1, ±1). To help with sketching the contours,
determine the behaviour of g(x) = f(x, x).
The Lagrange multiplier method gives z = y = x/2, for a maximal area of 4.
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PARTIAL DIFFERENTIATION
5.19
5.21
5.23
5.25
5.27
5.29
5.31
5.33
5.35
The cost always includes 2αh, which can therefore be ignored in the optimisation.
With Lagrange multiplier λ, sin θ = λw/(4β) and β sec θ − 12 λw tan θ = λh, leading
to the stated results.
√
√
√
The envelope of the lines x/a + y/(c − a) − 1 = 0, as a is varied, is x + y = c.
2
Area = c /6.
(a) Using α = cot θ, where θ is the initial angle a jet makes with the vertical, the
equation is f(z, ρ, α) = z−ρα+[gρ2 (1+α2 )/(2v02 )], and setting ∂f/∂α = 0 gives
α = v02 /(gρ). The water bell has a parabolic profile z = v02 /(2g) − gρ2 /(2v02 ).
(b) Setting z = 0 gives the minimum diameter as 2v02 /g.
Show that (∂G/∂P )T = V and (∂G/∂T )P = −S. From each result, obtain an
expression for ∂2 G/∂T ∂P and equate these, giving (∂V /∂T )P = −(∂S/∂P )T .
Find expressions for (∂S/∂V )T and (∂S/∂T )V , and equate ∂2 S/∂V ∂T with
−1
∂2 S/∂T ∂V . U(V
∞, T ) = cT − aV .
dI/dy = −Im[ 0 exp(−xy + ix) dx] = −1/(1 + y 2 ). Integrate dI/dy from 0 to ∞.
I(∞) = 0 and I(0) = J.
Integrate the RHS of the equation by parts, before differentiating with respect
to y. Repeated application of the method establishes the result for all orders of
derivative.
I(0) = 0; use Leibnitz’
t rule.
π
Write x(t) = − cos t 0 sin ξ f(ξ) dξ − sin t t cos ξ f(ξ) dξ and differentiate each
term as a product to obtain dx/dt. Obtain d2 x/dt2 in a similar way. Note that
integrals
πthat have equal lower and upper limits have value zero. The value of
x(π) is 0 sin ξ f(ξ) dξ.
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