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# Integral Calculus NAT Level - 2

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QUESTION: 1

### Show that the area common to the ellipses a2x2 + b2y2 = 1, b2x2 + a2y2 = 1. when 0 < a < b is Find the value of λ.

Solution: This is a horizontal ellipse   This is a vertical ellipse
Total area = 4 x Area of OABC      Total area in first quadrant Total area Hence, value of λ = 4

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QUESTION: 2

### If the area shaded in the given figure is of the form λa2. Find the value of λ given the cardioids are r = a(1 + cosθ) and r = a(1 – cosθ) and a given circle r = a. Solution:

Let us first calculate the area included between two cardioids    Now, this shaded portion lies entirely inside the circle r = a with area πa2

Hence, required area *Answer can only contain numeric values
QUESTION: 3

### Transform the integral to polar coordinates and if Find the value of λ.

Solution:

Slope of this curve is equation of the curve x = a cos3t, y = b sin3t. Total Area = 4 × area OABO
This is of parametric form  *Answer can only contain numeric values
QUESTION: 4

Find the area of one loop of the curve If the area is of the form λπ.  Find the value of λ.

Solution:

The equation of the curve is   Turn the initial line through an angle π/18 and putting θ as the above equation reduces to r = 2 cos 3θ and the tracing of this curve is as in figure.

Also for r = 2 cos 3θ when r = 0 we get cos 3θ = 0 or and these is also symmetry about the initial line.  *Answer can only contain numeric values
QUESTION: 5

If the whole area of the curve given by the equation x = a cos3 t,  y = b sin3 t or is of the form λπab.  Find the value of λ.

Solution:

Slope of this curve is equation of the curve  Total Area = 4 × area OABO
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QUESTION: 6

If the area between the curve x(x2 + y2) = a(x2 – y2) and its asymptote is A1 and the area of the loop is A2 Then value of A1 + A2 = λ·a2. Find the value of λ.

Solution: The curve is symmetrical about x-axis. The loop is situated between lines x = 0 and x = a. The line x = a is asymptote of the curve,

We have, For any point on arc OLA For any point on arc OMB Area between curve and its asymptotes   Area of the loop is given as  Hence, λ = 4.

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QUESTION: 7

Find the area lying outside the circle r = 2acosθ and inside the cardioid r = a(1 + cosθ). This is of form λπa2. Find value of λ.

Solution:

Hence, the required area   Taking Mod sign we get *Answer can only contain numeric values
QUESTION: 8

Evaluate where R is the region in the first quadrant that is outside the circle r = 2 and inside the cardioid r = 2(1 + cosθ).

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QUESTION: 9

The value of sin x sin-1 (sin x sin y) dxdy is

Solution:

Let Then keeping x constant when Hence, θ varies from 0 to x.  Changing the order of integration with the help of figure *Answer can only contain numeric values
QUESTION: 10

If the ratio of the two parts into which the parabola 2a = r(1 + cosθ) divides the area of the cardiod r = 2a(1 + cosθ)  is of the form Find the value of β/α.

Solution:

Solving the given equation   Therefore shaded area = area OLMN
= 2 × area OMNO
2(area OMN + area ONO) By putting in the second integral and by putting θ/2 =  u in the first integral  