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    Cool Is x/y+l/m>(x-a)/(y-b)+(l+b)/(m+a) true if ...

    If x,y,l,m,a,b are positive integers and b<a<x<=y, b<l<=m. Can be proved that
    x/y+l/m>(x-a)/(y-b)+(l+b)/(m+a)?

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    Can be proved that
    x/y+l/m>(x-a)/(y-b)+(l+b)/(m+a)?
    No it can't

    Try b=1, a=l=2, x=3, m=5, y=1000
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