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# Lovely Professional University,Punjab

Format For Instruction Plan [for Courses with Lectures and Tutorials ]

TextBook

## Other Specific Books

2. Jain R.K. And Iyenger S.R.K Advanced Engineering Mathematics, Narosa Publishing House, New Delhi, 2007
3. E.Kreyszig Advanced Engineering Mathematics, 5th Edition, Wiley Eastern 1985.
4. Wiley C. R, Mathematics for engineers, Mc Graw Hill & Company

Sr. No. Jouranls atricles as compulsary readings (specific articles, Complete reference)

## 7 Indian Journal of Applied Mathematics, Allahabad Mathematical Society

8 SIAM(Society of industrial & Applied Mathematics) Journal on matrix Analysis & Applications

Relevant Websites

Sr. No. Web adress (only if relevant to the courses) Salient Features

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Detailed Plan For Lectures
Pedagogical tool
Chapters/Sections of
Homework to be Demonstration/case
Week No. Lecture No. Topic Textbook/other
Assigned to students study/images/anmation
reference
ctc. planned

Part 1
Week 1 Lecture 1 Functions of several variables:limit and continuity Book :1,Ch3.1 Lecture
->Reference :2,2.2.1
Lecture 2 Partial differentiation Book :1,Ch3.2 Lecture based animated
->Reference :11, images from the resource

## Lecture 4 Total derivative Book :1,Ch3.4 Lecture

->Reference :10,

Week 2 Lecture 5 Partial differentiation of composite functions:change of variable Book :1,Ch3.5 Lecture

## Lecture 7 Euler's theorem Book :1,Ch3.7 Lecture

->Reference :2,Ch.2.4.1
->Reference :11,
Lecture 8 Jacobian Book :1,Ch3.8 Lecture
->Reference :12,

## Week 3 Lecture 9 Jacobian Book :1,Ch3.8 Lecture

Lecture 10 nth order derivative of some elementary functions Book :1,Ch2.1 Term Paper 1 Allocation Lecture

Lecture 11 nth order derivative of some elementary functions Book :1,Ch2.1 Lecture

## Lecture 12 Leibnitz's theorem Book :1,Ch2.2 Lecture

Week 4 Lecture 13 Taylor's series and Maclaurin's series expansions Book :1,Ch2.8 HomeWork 1 Lecture based animated
Submission images from the resource
Part 2

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Part 2
Week 4 Lecture 14 Indeterminate forms Book :1,Ch2.9 Lecture based animated
images from the resource

## Lecture 16 Derivatives of arcs Book :1,Ch2.10 HomeWork 2 Allocation Lecture

Week 5 Lecture 17 Curvature; radius of curvature: Cartesian and Parametric form Book :1,Ch2.11 Lecture

Lecture 18 Curvature; radius of curvature:Polar form and Implicit equation Book :1,Ch2.11 Lecture

Lecture 19 Newton's method to find the radius of curvature at the origin Book :1,Ch2.11 Lecture

Lecture 20 Taylor's theorem for function of two variables Book :1,Ch4.1 Lecture
->Reference :2,Ch2.4.2

Week 6 Lecture 21 Maxima and minima of functions of two variables without constraints Book :1,Ch4.2 Lecture

Lecture 22 Maxima and minima of functions of two variables with constraints Book :1,Ch4.2 Lecture based animated
images from the resource

Submission

## Week 7 Lecture 25 Rank of a matrix Book :1,Ch13.2 Lecture

->Reference :3,Ch 6.4
Lecture 26 Rank of a matrix Book :1,Ch13.2 Lecture

## Lecture 28 System of non-homogeneous equations Book :1,Ch13.4 Lecture

MID-TERM
Part 3
Week 8 Lecture 29 Gaussian elimination method Book :1,Ch13.6 Lecture based animated
images from the resource

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Part 3
Week 8 Lecture 30 Eigen values and eigen vectors Book :1,Ch14.2 Lecture based animated
->Reference :2,Ch3.5 images from the resource
->Reference :13,
Lecture 31 Properties eigen values and eigen vectors Book :1,Ch14.3 Lecture based animated
images from the resource

## Week 9 Lecture 33 Diagonalization of a matrix Book :1,Ch14.5 Lecture

->Reference :3,Ch7.5
Lecture 34 Powers of a matrix Book :1,Ch14.5 HomeWork 3 Allocation Lecture

Lecture 35 First order first degree differential equations;variables separable Book :1,Ch8.3 Lecture

## Lecture 36 Homogeneous equations Book :1,Ch8.5 Lecture

->Reference :9,

Week 10 Lecture 37 Non homogeneous equations reducible to Homogeneous form Book :1,Ch8.6 Lecture

## Lecture 38 Exact differential equations Book :1,Ch8.7 Lecture

->Reference :9,
Lecture 39 Reduction of non-exact differential equations Book :1,Ch8.8 Lecture
->Reference :2,Ch 4.6.1
Part 4
Week 10 Lecture 40 Reduction of non-exact differential equations Book :1,Ch8.8 HomeWork 3 Lecture
Submission

Week 11 Lecture 41 Linear differential equation:first order Book :1,Ch8.9 Lecture based animated
images from the resource

## Lecture 42 Bernoulli equation Book :1,Ch8.10 Lecture

->Reference :3,Ch1.6
Lecture 43 First order nonlinear differential equations ; solvable for p Book :1,Ch8.11 HomeWork 4 Allocation Lecture

Lecture 44 First order nonlinear differential equations ; solvable for x and y Book :1,Ch8.11 Term Paper 1 Lecture
Submission

Week 12 Lecture 45 Clairaut's equation and Lagrange's equation Book :1,Ch8.12 Lecture
Book :1,Ch8.13
Lecture 46 Higher order linear homogeneous differential equations Book :1,Ch9.3 Lecture
Book :1,Ch9.4

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Part 4
Week 12 Lecture 47 Non homogeous equations Book :1,Ch9.5 Lecture

## Lecture 48 Non homogeous equations Book :1,Ch9.5 Lecture

Week 13 Lecture 49 Differential equations with variable coefficients:Cauchy-Euler equation Book :1,Ch9.6 HomeWork 4 Lecture
Submission

Lecture 50 Differential equations with variable coefficients:Legendre linear Book :1,Ch9.6 Lecture
equation
Lecture 51 Method of variation of parameters Book :1,Ch9.7 Lecture based animated
->Reference :2,Ch5.4.1 images from the resource

## Lecture 52 The method of undetermined coefficients Book :1,Ch9.8 Lecture

Spill Over
Week 14 Lecture 53 Mean value theorem Book :1,Ch2.5 Lecture

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Details of homework and case studies plan
Nature of homework
Homework No. Topic of the Homework (group/individuals/field work

Homework 1 Limit & Continuity, Partial Differentiation, Total Derivative, Partial differentiation of Composite Group
Functions, Change of Variables , Differentiation of an Implicit Function, Euler's Theorem and
Jacobian.

Homework 2 nth order derivative of elementary functions, Leibnitz Theorem, Taylor & Maclaurin series, Group
indeterminate forms, derivative of Arcs, curvature,Taylor's Theorem for Function of two variables,
maxima & minima of functions of two variables with and without Constraints, Lagrange's method.

Homework 3 Inverse and rank Matrix, Eigen Values and Eigen Vectors,Cayley-Hamilton Theorem, Group
Diagonalization,System of Linear Homogeneous and Non-Homogeneous Equations, Gauss
Elimination Method, First Order First Degree d.e., Variable Separable, Homogeneous Equation,
Equations reducible to Homogeneous Form.

Homework 4 Exact d.e, Reduction of Non-Exact d.e'ns, LDE of First Order, Bernoulli Equation,First order Group
Non-Linear d.e'ns, Clairaut's equation, Lagrange's equation.Higher Order Linear Homogeneous
and Non-Homogeneous Differential Equations.
*Normally all the homeworks shall be submitted online but in special courses where homeworks cannot be submited online , the insructor can edit the mode of submission while
entering the IP Details

## Scheme for CA:out of 100*

Component Frequency Out of (If any) Marks for each Total Marks

Homework 3 4 25 75

Term Paper 1 25 25

Total :- 100

* In ENG courses wherever the total exceeds 100, consider x best out of y components of CA, as explained in teacher's guide available on the UMS

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List of suggested topics for term paper[at least 15] (Student to spend about 15 hrs on any one specified term paper)
Sr. No. Topic
1 Write about the method of undetermined coefficients & method of variation of parameters. Discuss & compare
2 Show that for a square matrix the linear dependence of the row vectors implies that of the column vectors and
conversely. Show that for a non square matrix either the row vectors or the column vectors must always be
L.D.
3 Prove that the product of two orthogonal matrices is orthogonal, and so is the inverse of an orthogonal matrix.
What does this mean in terms of rotations?
4 Prove that the product of the two unitary matrices (of the same size) and the inverse of a unitary matrix are
unitary. Give examples. Powers of unitary matrices occurring in applications may sometimes be familiar real
matrices.
5 Prove the following statements and illustrate them with examples of your own choice
(a) If A is a real matrix , its eigen values are real or complex conjugates in pairs.
(b) Inverse of matrix A exists if and only if 0 is not an eigen value of A.
6 State and prove Sylvester's rank inequality for matrices.Also give examples of your choice.
7 What are the applicatins of eigen values?
8 Explain positive definite quadratic forms giving examples.Also give an example of quadratic form which is not
positive definite.
9 For a given matrix A, prove that trace of A equals the sum of its eigen values.What will be the eigen values of
A-kI ? Also give examples.
10 Comment on maxima and minima of functions, how this concept is helpful in daily life.
11 Can properties of a function be discovered from its Maclaurin series? Give examples.
12 Explain the Gaussian elimination method and Gauss-Jordan method for the solution of system of linear
equations giving examples.
13 Discuss the geometrical applications of ordinary differntial equations.
14 Prove that the eigen values of a hermitian matrix are always real.Give examples.Use the above result to show
that the det(H-3iI) can not be zero,if H is a hermitian matrix and I is the unit matrix.
15 Giving examples explain the symbolical method (use of operator D) of solution of simultaneous first order
ordinary differential equations .

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Plan for Tutorial: (Please do not use these time slots for syllabus coverage)

## Tutorial No. Topic Type of pedagogical tool(s) planned

(case analysis,problem solving test,role play,business game etc)

## Tutorial 2 Partial differentiation and variable treated as constant Problem solving

Tutorial 3 Total derivative and Partial differentiation of composite and implicit Problem solving
functions

## Tutorial 4 Euler's theorem and Jacobian Problem solving

Tutorial 5 nth order derivative of some elementary functions and Leibnitz's Problem solving
theorem

## Tutorial 8 Derivatives of arcs and Curvature Problem solving

Tutorial 9 Curvature and Newton's method to find the radius of curvature at Problem solving
the origin

Tutorial 10 Taylor's theorem for function of two variables and Maxima and Problem solving
minima

Tutorial 11 Maxima and minima of functions and Lagrange's method Problem solving

After Mid-Term

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Tutorial 15 Gaussian elimination method and eigen values and eigen vectors Problem solving

Tutorial 16 Eigen values and eigen vectors and Cayley-Hamilton theorem Problem solving

## Tutorial 17 Diagonalization and Powers of a matrix Problem solving

Tutorial 18 First order first degree differential equations,variables separable Problem solving
and Homogeneous equations

Tutorial 19 Non homogeneous equations reducible to Homogeneous form and Problem solving
Exact differential equations

## Tutorial 20 Reduction of non-exact differential equations Problem solving

Tutorial 21 Linear differential equation of first order and Bernoulli equation Problem solving

## Tutorial 23 Clairaut's equation and Lagrange's equation Problem solving

Tutorial 24 Higher order linear homogeneous and non homogeneous Problem solving
differential equations

coefficients