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3122009

If are positive real numbers, then

or

Since

and

or

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3122009

If are positive real numbers, then

for

and

we get

or

we have

Setting

or

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3122009

Let be positive real numbers. Prove that

Proof. Denote

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3122009

Let be positive real numbers such that Prove that

Proof. Letting

that and the inequality becomes

and The

where condition

and

such implies

We see that it suffices to prove this inequality for the inequality in the form

and that

inequality becomes

Therefore,

Remark. The proof of this problem gives us the fourth proof of the previous problem, because the condition implies

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3122009

Let be positive real numbers such that Prove that

First

proof. Setting

and

where

are

positive

real

and

It follows that

Multiplying these three inequalities and then using the known inequality

we get

which is true according to the AM-GM Inequality. Equality holds if and only if

and

we have

This yields

Using inequality

this

in

combination we get

with

the

obvious

it becomes

or

we get

Third

proof. Since

such that

and and

there

exist

some

positive

real

numbers

and

Therefore,

Remark. The proofs of this problem gives us various proofs of the previous problem, because we have for any

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27112009

Let be positive real numbers such that Prove that

get Thus, by Bernoullis Inequality, we have

From

we

On

the

other

hand,

it

is

known

that

for

any

positive

real

number

Since

and

we get

Setting

we get

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26112009

Let be nonnegative real numbers, no two of which are zero. Prove that

Proof. Without

consider:

loss

of and

generality,

assume

that

There

are

two

cases

to

Case 1.

or

or equivalently,

Setting

and

we get

Case 2.

or

Since

We have

and

hence we get

or

or

or

or

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26112009

If are nonnegative real numbers, then

Inequality, we have

or

The for

proof

is

On

the

assumption and

equality

holds

26112009

If are nonnegative real numbers, then

Proof. Setting

We for set

will

show

that

in

order Indeed,

to

prove if to have

the

original

inequality, then

it

suffices we

to

prove

it can

and

which is obviously true, and the proof is completed. Equality holds if and only if

and

25112009

If

Proof. Since

and

and

or equivalently,

25112009

If are positive real numbers, then

and

25112009

If are positive real numbers, then

and

24112009

If are positive real numbers, then

Inequality, we have

By the Cauchy-Schwarz

or

Since

and

or

So, it is enough to

Since equivalent to

and

, this inequality is

which

is

true

because

The

proof

is

23112009

If are nonnegative real numbers, then

the inequality as

we get

or

is between

and

Combining if

these or

two

inequalities, or

the

conclusion or

follows.

Equality

occurs

if

and

only

23112009

If are nonnegative real numbers such that then

If that

then

this

is

trivial.

So

let

us

assume

we get

or

Therefore,

The for

proof

is and

completed.

On

the

assumption

we

have

equality

21112009

If are nonnegative real numbers such that then

or

If that Inequality

then Setting

this

is

trivial.

So

let

us

assume

now

we get

or

then

to get

which for

is

obviously

true

because and

The

proof

is

completed.

Equality

holds

20112009

If and are positive real numbers, then

Proof. Setting

and

for any

or

or

17112009

Let be positive real numbers. Prove that

Adding this and the two analogous inequalities, we get the desired result. Equality holds if and only if

Second proof. After using the AM-GM Inequality, we see that it suffices to prove that the following

stronger inequality holds

there are two numbers which are both less than or equal to and be these numbers, we have

or greater than or

and hence

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16112009

If are positive real numbers, then

Therefore,

or

Setting

and

16112009

Let be positive real numbers. Prove that

Proof. Since

16112009

Let

Prove that

Proof. Notice

that

Therefore,

by

using

the

16112009

Let be nonnegative real numbers such that

Prove that

therefore,

which is equivalent to

or

Setting

and

Taking square root of each side of this inequality, we get the desired result. The proof is completed. On the assumption for and we have equality for and and again

15112009

Let be positive real numbers. Prove that

or equivalently,

we get

or equivalently,

or

which is obviously true according to the fourth degree Schurs Inequality and the AM-GM Inequality. The proof is completed. Equality holds if and only if

15112009

If are nonnegative real numbers such that then

inequality holds

or

Since

or

Thus, we can easily see that the above inequality is clearly true for that In this case, using the AM-GM Inequality, we have

This completes the proof of the claim and by using it, we get

and

or any cyclic

we have

or

Setting

It follows that

Since Setting

the

case

is

trivial,

let

us

assume

that

we get

or

14112009

If are positive real numbers such that then

or

12112009

Let be positive real numbers such that

Prove that

and

is a contradiction. From the given hypothesis, we have Vietas Theorem, we see that and

From

we find that

Since

it follows that

or

Since and

we have

From

we find that

10112009

If are positive real numbers, then

Proof. Since

have

and

this

inequality

and

10112009

If and then

10112009

Let be positive real numbers. Prove that

Proof. Since

Since

it is equivalent to

and

10112009

Let

Prove that

or

and

9112009

If are positive real numbers, then

9112009

Let be positive real numbers. Prove that

Proof. Since

have

9112009

Let be nonnegative real numbers satisfying Prove that

or

or

and

Setting

We have

So,

the

last

inequality

is

true

and

our

proof and

is

completed.

On

the

assumption

8112009

If and then

(a)

(b)

and

Therefore,

or equivalently,

Since

(b) Setting

and

Therefore,

or equivalently,

8112009

Let be positive real numbers such that Prove that

Proof. Since

This reduces to

which is true according to the Power Mean Inequality. Equality holds if and only if

8112009

Let be positive real numbers such that Prove that

Since

it is equivalent to

or

and

Therefore, the last inequality is true and the proof is completed. Equality holds if and only if

8112009

Find the largest positive real number such that

such that

Proof. Setting

and

Letting of

we get

or

such that the desired inequality holds; that is, to prove that

Since that

and and

there

exist

some

positive

real

numbers

such

7112009

If and then

which is true according to the AM-GM Inequality. Equality holds if and only if

Setting

and

or equivalently,

Since

and

or

Therefore the last inequality is true and our proof is completed. Equality holds if and only if , or and

or

Since

Inequality 52 [MacLaurin]

6112009

Let be positive real numbers. Prove that

Proof. Due

that

to and

symmetry

and

homogeneity,

we

may

assume

Now, since

we have

and

6112009

Given an integer sequence of real numbers find the maximal constant satisfies for then having the following property: if a and

Proof. We

choose

This

sequence

satisfies

the

given We will

hypothesis and after substituting into the desired inequality, we get show that the maximal constant holds is

For

we have

So, the inequality is true for show and by the inductive hypothesis, we have that it

Setting

or

holds if we have

or

Since all

for

It follows that

Since

for

we obtain

6112009

Let be nonnegative real numbers. Prove that

or

Since

and

we get

The for

proof

is

On

the

assumption and

equality

holds

5112009

Let be nonnegative real numbers, not all are zero. Prove that

First proof. By the AM-GM Inequality and the Cauchy-Schwarz Inequality, we have

which is true because it is the fourth degree Schurs Inequality. Equality holds if and only if or and or any cyclic permutation.

immediately that the inequality can be deduced from the third degree Schurs Inequality

we have

which is equivalent to

5112009

If and then

Case 1.

or

We have

Case

have

2.

and

and

We

or

or

Since

we have

or equivalently,

which is true according to the third degree Schurs Inequality and the AM-GM Inequality

or

and

4112009

Let be positive real numbers. Prove that

and

4112009

Let be nonnegative real numbers, no two of which are zero. Prove that

Since

or equivalently,

which if

is

Schurs or

Inequality. and

The

proof

is

completed.

Equality

holds

if

and

only

4112009

Let be a given triangle. Prove that for any positive real numbers the inequality holds

Proof. Setting

Since

Since

and

Remark. From the proof above, we can see that the following more general statement holds: If are real numbers and are three angles of a triangle, then

3112009

Prove that for any positive real numbers we have

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Remark. This inequality is stronger than the known one proposed by Vasile Cirtoaje: If are positive real numbers, then

3112009

Let be positive real numbers. Prove that

Proof. For the sake of contradiction, assume that there exist positive real numbers

such that

Setting

and

Therefore,

Since

and

we have

It follows that

or

So, what we have assumed is false. Or in the other words, for any positive real numbers must have

we

3112009

If are positive real numbers, then

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Inequality 41 [Carlson]

3112009

Let be positive real numbers. Prove that

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3112009

If are positive real numbers such that and then

or

which is equivalent to

Since

From

we have

and hence

or

2112009

If are real numbers such that then

Remark. This inequality is stronger than the known one proposed by Vasile Cirtoaje in Crux Mathematicorum:

2112009

Let be positive real numbers. Prove that

Therefore,

2112009

Let be nonnegative real numbers such that Prove that

Proof. Since

we get

or equivalently,

Since

we get

where

and

2112009

If are positive real numbers such that then

and

2112009

If are positive real numbers such that then

Proof. After using the AM-GM Inequality, we see that it suffices to prove that the stronger inequality

holds

This is equivalent to

Multiplying this and its analogous inequalities, we get the desired inequality. Equality holds if and only if

2112009

Let be positive real numbers. Prove that

Proof. After using the AM-GM Inequality, we see that it suffices to prove that the stronger inequality

holds

Multiplying this and the two analogous inequalities, we get the desired result. Equality holds if and only if

2112009

If are positive real numbers such that then

It follows that

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2112009

If are positive real numbers, then

It follows that

Setting

and

Since

and

Setting

or

Since

31102009

If are positive real numbers, then

Proof. Setting

31102009

Let be nonnegative real numbers, no three of which are zero. Prove that

It follows that

and hence

or equivalently,

which is obviously true according to the Cauchy-Schwarz Inequality. Equality holds if and only if and or any cyclic permutation.

30102009

If are positive real numbers, then

or equivalently,

This is obviously true according to the AM-GM Inequality, so our proof is completed. Equality holds if and only if

30102009

Let be positive real numbers. Prove that

30102009

Let (a) (b) be nonnegative real numbers. Prove that

is between

and

and

This reduces to

which if

is

obviously or

true. or

The

proof or

is

completed.

Equality

if

and

only

(b) that

In

the

nontrivial Setting

case

when

two

of

are

nonzero,

we

assume

or equivalently,

Since

or

and

The if

proof or

is

completed. or or

Equality

holds

if

and

only

and

by

the

Adding this and its analogous inequalities, we get the desired result.

30102009

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30102009

If are positive real numbers such that then

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30102009

Let be positive real numbers such that Prove that

we get

or equivalently,

Since

29102009

If are nonnegative real numbers such that

then

Then, we have

or

proof

is

completed. and

On

the

assumption and

equality

holds again

and

29102009

Let be real numbers. Prove that

29102009

If and are positive real numbers such that then

29102009

Let be real numbers such that maximum value of the expression and Find the

with equality if

and

Case 1.

Since

we have

Case

2.

Since

we

have

and

hence

or

we get

29102009

Let be positive real numbers such that

Prove that

Proof. Without

and

loss

of

generality,

assume

that

Setting

and

Therefore,

and hence

29102009

Let be positive real numbers such that Prove that

or

Adding this and its analogous inequalities, we get the desired result.

Remark. Actually, the more general statement holds: Let be nonnegative real numbers such that If then

29102009

Let be positive real numbers. Prove that

Proof. One

can

prove

this

inequality

in

the

same

way

with Inequality

7 [see

here:http://canhang2007.wordpress.com/2009/10/28/inequality-7-unknown-source/].

29102009

If are positive real numbers such that then

or

28102009

Let be nonnegative real numbers, no two of which are zero. Prove that

which is true according to Schurs Inequality. Equality holds if and only if cyclic permutation.

and

or any

28102009

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Bt ng thc ny tng ng vi

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Do khi

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ta c

28102009

If are nonnegative real numbers, then

The first case is when In this case, we have

and

so the inequality holds. For the second case, we have Then, by using the estimation

28102009

Let be positive real numbers. Prove that

Proof. Setting

inequality becomes

and

where

which is Schurs Inequality, and the proof is completed. Equality holds if and only if

28102009

If are nonnegative real numbers such that and then

or equivalently,

or

28102009

If are positive real numbers, then

This is equivalent to

or

Adding this and its analogous inequalities, the conclusion follows. Equality holds if and only if

28102009

Let be positive real numbers such that Prove that

with equality if

and

I would like to dedicated this inequality to Mr Vasile Cirtoaje. Because the equality case of this inequality is also the equality case of his famous result:

If

28102009

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Li gii. Ch rng

Do

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tng ng

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nn ta ch cn chng minh

Vi rng li

, bt ng thc ny c th c vit

N ng, bi v ta c

28102009

Let be nonnegative real numbers satisfying Prove that

Proof. Let

and

Also,

Since

this is equivalent to

or

which is obviously true according to the AM-GM Inequality. Equality holds if and only if or and or any cyclic permutation thereof.

28102009

Let be the side-lengths of a triangle. Prove that

Proof. Let

inequality becomes

and

where

or equivalently,

Let

and

or

Since

we have

and hence

Also, since

we have

Now, from

these two inequalities, we see that the above inequality is true if we have

or

28102009

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