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Question number: 1
» Mathematical Methods of Physics » Analytic Functions
Appeared in Year: 2013
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With which of the following function is not a (complex) analytic function of z? (June)
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Question number: 2
» Mathematical Methods of Physics » Analytic Functions
Appeared in Year: 2012
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A bag contains many balls, each with a number painted on it. There are exactly balls which have the number (namely one ball with 1, two balls with 2, and so on until N balls with N on them). An experiment consists of choosing a ball at random, nothing the number on it and returning it to the bag. If the experiment is repeated a large number of times, the average value of the number will tend to – (June)
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Question number: 3
» Mathematical Methods of Physics » Analytic Functions
Appeared in Year: 2011
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Which of the following is an analytic function of the complex variable in the domain ? (June)
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Question number: 4
» Mathematical Methods of Physics » Analytic Functions
Appeared in Year: 2016
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The dependence of current on the voltage of a certain device is given by,
Where and are constant. In an experiment the current is measured as the voltage applied across the device is increased. The parameters and can be graphically determined as, (June)
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Choice (4)  Response  

a.  The slope and the intercept of the graph 

b.  The negative of the ratio of the intercept and the slope, and the intercept of the graph 

c.  The slope and the intercept of the graph 

d.  The negative of ratio of intercept and slope, and intercept of the graph 
