Hi, I need a hint to start this problem:
If
prove that
Thanks.
That's not a ratio... but since you asked for a hint...
Expand all the brackets and collect like terms, you should get...
Recall that ? Using this we get...
Now, assuming a, b, c, x, y and z are all real... we have 3 square terms adding to become 0. Since a square term is never non-negative... all the terms must be 0.
So we have which gives or .
Similarly, gives ,
and gives .
Thus
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