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Topic: Inequalities: a problem
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Stephen.Donnelly

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Re: Inequalities: a problem
Posted: Jul 10, 1996 8:37 AM
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Yes but what about 0,2,4,5,3,1 .
That gives 18.
Similarly you can show the bound for k variables (4k-6)
the proof of which I sketched earlier, is best possible.

You know, I get the feeling a lot of people think the
person who originally posed this is stupider that they
really are.

Steve







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