7 edition of Handbook of means and their inequalities found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 439-509) and indexes.
|Statement||by P.S. Bullen.|
|Series||Mathematics and its applications -- v. 560, Mathematics and its applications (Kluwer Academic Publishers) -- v. 560.|
|LC Classifications||QA295 .B298 2003|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxvii, 537 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||537|
|LC Control Number||2003060794|
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It is written in a language that can be understood not only by experts but also by graduate students and others who are interested in the applications: the only requirement on readers is Cited by: Authors: Bullen, P.S. Usually dispatched within 3 to 5 business days. There seems to be two types of books on inequalities.
On the one hand there are treatises that attempt to cover all or most aspects of the subject. Such books, aimed at the professional pure and applied mathematician, are rare.
The first such, that brought some order to this untidy field, is the classical "Inequalities" of Hardy, Littlewood & P6lya, published in Important as this outstanding work was and still is, Handbook of means and their inequalities book 2.
Such books, aimed at the professional pure and applied mathematician, are rare. The first such, that brought some order to this untidy field, is the classical "Inequalities" of Hardy, Littlewood & P6lya, published in It deals almost exclusively with discrete means (that is, finite sums), and the integral analogs of these and a few other integral-related results are confined to a separate page section.
The book is a thorough reworking of Bullen & Mitrinovic & Vasic’s Means and Their Inequalities (Kluwer, ). Generalizations of the Quasi-arithmetic Means. - V: Symmetric Polynomial Means. Elementary Symmetric Polynomials and Their Means. The Fundamental Inequalities. ions of S (r s) of Rado Popoviciu Type.
The Inequalities of Marcus and Lopes. Complete Symmetric Polynomial Means: Whiteley : Peter Bullen. (ebook) Handbook of Means and Their Inequalities () from Dymocks online store. There seems to be two types of books on inequalities.
The book also covers the theoretical background of the most important theorems and techniques required for solving inequalities. It is written for all middle and high-school students, as well as for graduate and undergraduate students. School teachers and trainers for mathematical competitions will also gain benefit from this book.
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The power of means -- 4. Quasi-arithmetic means -- 5. Symmetric polynomial. 2 1 Basic (Elementary) Inequalities and Their Application Exercise Let a,b∈R+.Prove the inequality a b + b a ≥2.
Solution From the obvious inequality (a−b)2 ≥0wehave a2 −2ab+b2 ≥0 ⇔ a2 +b2 ≥2ab ⇔ a2 +b2 ab ≥2 ⇔ a b + b a ≥2. Equality occurs if and only if a−b=0, i.e.
a =b. Exercise (Nesbitt’s inequality) Let a,b,cbe positive real theFile Size: 2MB. studies on some topics of the Theory of means and their inequalities. This is mainly a sub eld of Mathematical analysis, but one can nd here also applications in various other elds as Number theory, Numerical analysis, Trigonometry, Networks, Information theory, etc.
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If p is a non-zero real number, and,are positive real numbers, then the generalized mean or power mean with exponent p of these positive real numbers is: (, ,) = (∑ =).(See p-norm).For p = 0 we set it equal to the geometric mean (which is the limit of means with exponents approaching zero, as proved below): (, ,) = ∏ =Furthermore, for a sequence of .