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June 10, 2020 4:11 pmpts 10 pts
9.1 (NAT) Let f: R+R be a differentiable function such that f'(a) = fr) for all zE . Suppose that f[ar) ancd f(57) are two nonzero solution ot the tollowing differential equation ,dy rPd + 3y =0 satistying f(ar)f(3r)= f(2r) and f(or)f(-Br) = f(r) then value of p is given by Q.2 (NAT) equation lf g(r) = Ae" +e #2 be the solution of the following differential dy -6y=0 da? dr satistying 0)=5 then y(0) equals Q.3 (MCQ) Let z, I+e", 1 +r+e" be the solution of a second order linear differ- ential equation with constant coetticients. If y(r) is the solution of same differential equation satistying g(0)=3 and 0) =4 the y(1) equals (a) e+l (b) 2e+3 (c) 3e+2 (d) 3e+2 Q.4 (NAT) If y(r) is the solution of following differential equation d++4y-0 v0)-2 -0 then y(log2) equals. Q.5 (NAT) If g(r) be the solution of the following differential equation satishes y(0)=I and 0)-I then y(T) attains its maximum at
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  • Vishal goswami thankyou
    Q.3 answer 3e+1 Q2 answer is 5 Q4 answer see attachment Q5 answer is log(3/4) see attachment Q1 answer is 8
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  • Vishal goswami
    Q5 we get max at X=log(3/4)
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  • Vishal goswami
    Q4 ans. see
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  • Vishal goswami
    Q.3 answer is 3e+1
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  • Vishal goswami Best Answer
    Question 2 ) ans is 5
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