Shea-Ming Oon

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and Applied Analysis 3 It suffices to show that for any s ∈ 1, r − 1 , r−r+sr+r−s (r 2 − 2r + s + 1) (r 2 − (s − 1)) ⩾ (r + 1) 2 , (15) r−rr r−2 (r 2 − r + 1) ⩾ (r + 1) 2 . (16) Equation (15) is equivalent to r−r+sr+r−s ⩾ (r 2 − 2r + s + 1) (r 2 − (s − 1)) (r + 1) 2 . (17) By expanding, it remains to verify for any integer r ⩾ s + 1 ⩾ 2 that s (r) := 0 3 −(More)
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