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    Question Inequality to the power of 1-a, 1-b, 1-c???

    0<a,b,c<1
    Proove that:
    2a(b+c)1-a+2b(a+c)1-b+2c(a+b)1-c< 4(a+b+c) (or can be equal)

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    Re: Inequality to the power of 1-a, 1-b, 1-c???

    Quote Originally Posted by anod1996 View Post
    0<a,b,c<1
    Proove that:
    2a(b+c)1-a+2b(a+c)1-b+2c(a+b)1-c< 4(a+b+c) (or can be equal)

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