Test: Fourier Series, Numerical Methods & Complex Variables- 2 - Civil Engineering (CE) MCQ

# Test: Fourier Series, Numerical Methods & Complex Variables- 2 - Civil Engineering (CE) MCQ

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Test: Fourier Series, Numerical Methods & Complex Variables- 2 - Question 1

### Choose the function f(t); –∞ < t < ∞, for which a Fourier series cannot be defined.

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Fourier series is defined for periodic function and constant.

Fourier series can’t be defined for non-periodic functions.

The sum of two periodic function is also a periodic function.

3 sin (25 t) is a periodic function

4 cos (20 t + 3) and 2 sin (710 t) both are periodic function. So, 4 cos (20t + 3) + 2 sin (710 t) is also a periodic function.

e-|t| sin (25 t) is not a periodic function. So, Fourier series is can’t be defined.

1 is a constant. So, Fourier series is defined.

Test: Fourier Series, Numerical Methods & Complex Variables- 2 - Question 2

### The trigonometric Fourier series for the waveform f(t) shown below contains

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From figure it’s an even function. so only cosine terms are present in the series and for DC  value,

So DC take negative value.

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Test: Fourier Series, Numerical Methods & Complex Variables- 2 - Question 3

### Which of the following functions would have only odd powers of x in its Taylor series expansion about the point x = 0?

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The Taylor series expansion of

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We know.

Test: Fourier Series, Numerical Methods & Complex Variables- 2 - Question 5

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Test: Fourier Series, Numerical Methods & Complex Variables- 2 - Question 6

The sum of the infinite series,

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Test: Fourier Series, Numerical Methods & Complex Variables- 2 - Question 7

The summation of series

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Test: Fourier Series, Numerical Methods & Complex Variables- 2 - Question 8

Fourier series for the waveform, f (t) shown in fig. is

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From the figure, we say f (x) is even functions. so choice (c) is correct.

Test: Fourier Series, Numerical Methods & Complex Variables- 2 - Question 9

The Fourier Series coefficients, of a periodic signal x (t), expressed as

are given by

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Test: Fourier Series, Numerical Methods & Complex Variables- 2 - Question 11

For the function of a complex variable W = ln Z (where, W = u + jv and Z = x + jy), the u = constant lines get mapped in Z-plane as

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Given,

Test: Fourier Series, Numerical Methods & Complex Variables- 2 - Question 12

ii, where i = √−1, is given by

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Test: Fourier Series, Numerical Methods & Complex Variables- 2 - Question 13

Assuming    and t is a real number

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Test: Fourier Series, Numerical Methods & Complex Variables- 2 - Question 14

The modulus of the complex number

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Test: Fourier Series, Numerical Methods & Complex Variables- 2 - Question 15

Using Cauchy’s integral theorem, the value of the integral (integration being taken in counter clockwise direction)

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Here f (z) has a singularities at z i / 3

Test: Fourier Series, Numerical Methods & Complex Variables- 2 - Question 16

Which one of the following is NOT true for complex number Z1and Z2

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(a) is true since

(b) is true by triangle inequality of complex number.

(c) is not true since  |Z1 − Z2 |≥|Z1 |– |Z2

(d) is true since

Test: Fourier Series, Numerical Methods & Complex Variables- 2 - Question 17

For the equation, s3 - 4s2 + s + 6 =0

The number of roots in the left half of s-plane will be

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Constructing Routh-array

Number of sign changes in the first column is two, therefore the number of roots in the left half splane is 2

Test: Fourier Series, Numerical Methods & Complex Variables- 2 - Question 18

The value of the integral of the complex function

Along the path |s| = 3 is

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f (s) has singularities at s =−1, −2 which are inside the given circle

Test: Fourier Series, Numerical Methods & Complex Variables- 2 - Question 19

For the function    of a complex variable z, the point z = 0 is

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Therefore the function has z = 0 is a pole of order 2.

Test: Fourier Series, Numerical Methods & Complex Variables- 2 - Question 20

The polynomial p(x) = x5 + x + 2 has

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As,  P(x) of degree 5  .So other four roots are complex.

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If z = x + jy, where x and y are real, the value of |ejz| is

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Test: Fourier Series, Numerical Methods & Complex Variables- 2 - Question 22

The root mean squared value of x(t) = 3 + 2 sin (t) cos (2t) is

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x(t) = 3 + 2 sin t cos 2t

x(t) = 3 + sin 3t – sin t

∴ Root mean square value

Test: Fourier Series, Numerical Methods & Complex Variables- 2 - Question 23

We wish to solve x2 – 2 = 0 by Netwon Raphson technique. Let the initial guess b x0 = 1.0 Subsequent estimate of x(i.e.x1) will be:

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The order of error is the Simpson’s rule for numerical integration with a step size h is

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The table below gives values of a function F(x) obtained for values of x at intervals of 0.25.

The value of the integral of the function between the limits 0 to 1 using Simpson’s rule is

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A differential equation    has to be solved using trapezoidal rule of integration with a step size h=0.01s. Function u(t) indicates a unit step function. If x(0-)=0, then value of x at t=0.01s will be given by

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Consider the series    obtained from the Newton-Raphson method. The series converges to

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The series converges when X n+1= Xn

Test: Fourier Series, Numerical Methods & Complex Variables- 2 - Question 28

Given a>0, we wish to calculate its reciprocal value 1/a by using Newton-Raphson method :
for f(x) = 0. For a=7 and starting wkith x0 = 0.2. the first 2 iterations will be

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Test: Fourier Series, Numerical Methods & Complex Variables- 2 - Question 29

With a 1 unit change in b, what is the change in x in the solution of the system of equations x + y = 2, 1.01 x + 0.99 y = b?

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Given  x + y = 2               …………….. (i)

1.01 x + 0.99 y = b      …………….. (ii)

Multiply 0.99 is equation (i), and subtract from equation (ii), we get

Test: Fourier Series, Numerical Methods & Complex Variables- 2 - Question 30

The accuracy of Simpson's rule quadrature for a step size h is

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