Determine the leading order term the asymptotic expansion, Mathematics

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1. Use the method of Stationary Phase to determine the leading order term in the asymptotic expansion as k → ∞ for the integral

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2. Consider the integral

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where

g(x) = x + 2 cos(x/2).

(a) Use Maple or Matlab is similar to plot cos[k(g(x))] over the domain [0, 2p] for each of

k = 2, 10 and 50.

(b) Find the point in [0, 2p] at which g0(x) = 0, and write out g(x) as a Taylor expansion about this point, including the first two non-zero terms (show all working, calculating derivatives by hand).

(c) Call the two-term Taylor expansion h(x), and plot h(x) over the domain [0, 2p] for each of k = 2, 10 and 50.

(d) Use the method of Stationary Phase to determine the leading order term in the asymptotic expansion of J(k) as k →∞.

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