Mathematical Journal of Interdisciplinary Sciences

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ISSN / EISSN : 2278-9561 / 2278-957X
Current Publisher: Chitkara University Publications (10.15415)
Total articles ≅ 104
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Mansi S. Shah Mansi S. Shah, Devbhadra V. Shah Devbhadra V. Shah
Mathematical Journal of Interdisciplinary Sciences, Volume 9, pp 11-15; doi:10.15415/mjis.2020.91002

Dk Gangeshwer, Thaneshwar Lal Verma
Mathematical Journal of Interdisciplinary Sciences, Volume 9, pp 17-22; doi:10.15415/mjis.2020.91003

The present paper deals exponential congestion model of road traffic flow caused by irregular occurrences. Congestion that is happened by unpredictable events, for example, auto collisions, handicapped vehicles, climate conditions, over burdens and unsafe materials of vehicles. On account of these sorts of sudden occasions, the travel times taken on the roadways are questionable. We established the steady state conditions based on number of vehicles on road links. The large c values of those links, M/M/1 queues model under the batch service interruptions may be used. The formulation and assumptions of the proposed models have been developed. The exponential congestion factor (ECF) models based on M/MSP/C queuing have been presented. Finally, the numerical examples have also been discussed.
Narinder Kumar Wadhawan, Priyanka Wadhawan
Mathematical Journal of Interdisciplinary Sciences, Volume 9, pp 1-9; doi:10.15415/mjis.2020.91001

This paper proves that all mathematical quantities including fractions, roots or roots of root, transcendental quantities can be expressed by continued nested radicals using one and only one integer 2. A radical is denoted by a square root sign and nested radicals are progressive roots of radicals. Number of terms in the nested radicals can be finite or infinite. Real mathematical quantity or its reciprocal is first written as cosine of an angle which is expanded using cosine angle doubling identity into nested radicals finite or infinite depending upon the magnitude of quantity. The finite nested radicals has a fixed sequence of positive and negative terms whereas infinite nested radicals also has a sequenceof positive and negative terms but the sequence continues infinitely. How a single integer 2 can express all real quantities, depends upon its recursive relation which is unique for a quantity. Admittedly, there are innumerable mathematical quantities and in the same way, there are innumerable recursive relations distinguished by combination of positive and negative signs under the radicals. This representation of mathematical quantities is not same as representation by binary system where integer two has powers 0, 1, 2, 3…so on but in nested radicals, powers are roots of roots.
Victor Akinsola, Adeyemi Binuyo
Mathematical Journal of Interdisciplinary Sciences, Volume 8, pp 61-68; doi:10.15415/mjis.2020.82008

In this paper, a mathematical model of the transmission dynamics of corruption among populace is analyzed. The corruption free equilibrium state, characteristic equation and Eigen values of the corruption model were obtained. The basic reproductive number of the corruption model was also determined using the next generation operator technique at the corruption free equilibrium points. The condition for the stability of the corruption free equilibrium state was determined. The local stability analysis of the mathematical model of corruption was done and the results were presented and discussed accordingly. Recommendations were made from the results on measures to reduce the rate of corrupt practices among the populace.
Manisha Patel, Jayshri Patel, M.G.Timol
Mathematical Journal of Interdisciplinary Sciences, Volume 8, pp 75-80; doi:10.15415/mjis.2020.82010

Laminar boundary layer flow of Williamson fluid over a moving plate is discussed in this paper. The governing equations of the flow problem are transformed into similarity equations using similarity technique. The reduced equations are numerically solved by finite difference method. The graphical presentation is discussed.
Naresh Sharma, Anindita Roy Chowdhury
Mathematical Journal of Interdisciplinary Sciences, Volume 8, pp 69-74; doi:10.15415/mjis.2020.82009

Music, a creative art has a strong foundation on science and mathematics. Source of music can vary from vocal chord to various types of musical instruments. One of the popular stringed and fretted musical instrument, the guitar has been discussed here. The structure of the guitar is based on mathematical and scientific concepts. Harmonics and frequency play pivotal role in generation of music from a guitar. In this paper, the authors have investigated various factors related to the structure of a guitar. Aspects related to the musical notes of a guitar have been analyzed to gain a better insight into the mathematical pattern involved in the music of a guitar.
Oğuzhan Demirel, Leyla Aslan, Damla Topal
Mathematical Journal of Interdisciplinary Sciences, Volume 8, pp 57-59; doi:10.15415/mjis.2020.82007

An injection defined from Euclidean space n-space E^n to itself which preserves the triangles of perimeter 1 is an Eucldean motion. J. Lester gave two different proofs for this theorem in Euclidean plane [1] and Euclidean space [2]. In this study a new technique is developed for the proof of this theorem which is valid in both Euclidean plane and Euclidean space.
Akan Anieting
Mathematical Journal of Interdisciplinary Sciences, Volume 8, pp 49-56; doi:10.15415/mjis.2020.82006

In this article, a new estimator for population mean in two-phase stratified sampling in the presence of nonresponse using single auxiliary variable has been proposed. The bias and Mean Squared Error (MSE) of the proposed estimator has been given using large sample approximation. The empirical study shows that the MSE of the proposed estimator is more efficient than existing estimators. The optimum values of first and second phase sample have been determined.
M. Kaliraja, K. Perarasan
Mathematical Journal of Interdisciplinary Sciences, Volume 8, pp 1-5; doi:10.15415/mjis.2019.81001

In the current manuscript, we have demonstrated the recent generalization of Weibull-G exponential distribution (three-parameter) and it is a very familiar distribution as compared to other distribution.It has been found that Weibull-G exponential distribution (WGED) can be utilized pretty efficiently to evaluate the biological data in the position of gamma and log-normal Weibull distributions. It has two shape parameters and the three scale parameters namely, a, b, λ. Some of its statistical properties are acquired, which includes reserved hazard function, probability-density function, hazard-rate function and survival function. Our aim is to shore-up the results of life-time using three-parameter Weibull generalized exponential distribution. Hence, the corresponding probability functions, hazard-rate function, survival function as well as reserved hazard-rate function has been analyzed in the 3 weeks of high-intensity exercise training in short-term. The outcomes of the present study supporting the results of life-time data that the interim elevated intensity exercise activity attenuated an acute exercise induced growth hormone release.
Nachandiya Nathan, Samaila Andrew Mamza
Mathematical Journal of Interdisciplinary Sciences, Volume 8, pp 29-35; doi:10.15415/mjis.2019.81005

The term random number has been used by many scholars to explain the behaviour of a stochastic system. Many of such scholars with statistical or mathematical background view it as an organized set of numbers produced by a function in a numerical way in which the next number to be produced is unknown or unpredictable. This paper produced software that generates a sequence of random number and also compared the algorithm with the commonly used method of random number generator. The three most common methods selected were the Mid Square method, Fibonacci method and Linear Congruential Generator Method (LCG). The result shows that the LCG provides a more acceptable result in terms of speed, long cycle, uniformity and independence Applications of this random numbers can be seen in Monte Carlo simulations, simulation or modelling, password generation, cryptography and online games.
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