Proposition 1: If then

Q1. Prove Proposition 1 is true

Q2. Prove Proposition 1 is false

There is a Q3 for when Q1 and Q2 have been settled.

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- Jun 25th 2007, 12:02 AM #1

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results from AM-GM inequality.

Inequality of arithmetic and geometric means - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Actually that is Cauchy-Swartz

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