Some Basic Inequalities
For purposes of problem-solving in Applied Mathematics, an appropriate inequality may be as valuable as, or a workable substitute for, an exact relationship. There are, of course, many different types of inequalities, some very general, others highly specialized. Some inequalities involve sequences or series of real or complex numbers, some involve integrals, others involve determinants of matrices, and so on.
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