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1=2
11/27/11 10:15pm

For example if i want to evaluate
Simplify[(a + b + c)/3 >= (a b c)^(1/3),
a > 0 && b > 0 && c > 0]
I must write the long expression
a > 0 && b > 0 && c > 0
Is there a shorter way to do that? I was thinking to define a domain but apparently it's not possible.

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short way of writing inequalities 1=2 11/27/11 10:15pm
Re: short way of writing inequalities Peter 11/29/11 5:25pm
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