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X^0.5 + Y^0.5 > (X+Y)^0.5? Is it always true

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Re: X^0.5 + Y^0.5 > (X+Y)^0.5? [#permalink] New post 24 Aug 2008, 07:08
It is not true when either X or Y =0
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