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October 30th, 2019, 01:51 PM   #1
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help!!

solve the following question and your will enter the heaven
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Did you copy and paste that into Word from a pdf file? Unfortunately, that makes it pretty much unreadable on my PC.
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October 31st, 2019, 01:45 AM   #3
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These are easy problems. Confused about Q1, integrate between -1 and y?
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As a courtesy to the OP ...

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I'm confused about Q1. Where are x and y supposed to be the specified function arguments and where are they supposed to be the variables of integration?
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Q2. $(x+y+z) = \dfrac{x+y}{2} + \dfrac{y+z}{2} + \dfrac{z+x}{2} \ge \sqrt{xy} + \sqrt{yz} + \sqrt{zx} \ge \sqrt{xy+yz+zx}$

Q3. y and z in terms of x, and for $x \in Z^+$ find the minimum value of f(x).

Q4 is too easy.

And there is still something wrong with Q1.

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