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December 9th, 2017, 07:56 AM   #1
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Let $\nu>1$ be a parameter.

For all $t>0,\;\;\;$ we consider



$f(t)=\frac{\sqrt{\nu }\;t^{\frac{3}{2}}\;e^{-t\nu^\frac{1}{3}}}{ln(1-g(t))}$

>I want to prove that there exists a constant $c>0$ which dosn't depend on the parameter $\nu$ such that:

$$f(t)\le c$$ for all $t>0$

Please help me to do so.


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