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    Show that the inequality is true | Geometric Mean

    Let be strictly positive numbers. Show that the inequality



    is true. Where and .
    The prof hinted that we should use log(1+e^x) and associate r with e^x.


    Any insight? I'm not looking for a full solution, just some guidance as to how to approach this problem.
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    Quote Originally Posted by michonamona View Post
    Let be strictly positive numbers. Show that the inequality



    is true. Where and .
    The prof hinted that we should use log(1+e^x) and associate r with e^x.


    Any insight? I'm not looking for a full solution, just some guidance as to how to approach this problem.
    If you want help here you will have to make your post readable here, you can't link to LaTeX at the physicsforum the way you have tried above.

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