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An inequality is written if one side is known to be less than the other. For example, 1<3, which is read as, "one is less than three." To see this, subtract 1 from both sides and you get 0 < 2,
Once we know the parabola in the form of y = ax˛ + bx + c, it can be done. The y intercept is found by putting x=0, and the result is y = c. To get these points, take the values as (x1,y1), (x2,y2)
The flaw is in the hidden assumption that the least such n is 3 or greater. In fact , the least such n is n = 2 If you try to carry out the argument with only two elements in S , Ti and Tj won't have
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