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The Minkowski's/Minkowsky's Inequality states that

\((\displaystyle \sum_{k=1}^n |a_{k}+b_{k}|^{p})^{\frac {1}{p}} \leq (\displaystyle \sum_{k=1}^n |a_{k}|^{p})^{\frac {1}{p}}+( \displaystyle \sum_{k=1}^n |a_{k}|^{p})^{\frac {1}{p}}\)

So that we get \(\sqrt (a^{2}+(1-b)^{2}) + \sqrt (b^{2}+(1-c)^{2}) + \sqrt (c^{2}+(1-a)^{2} \geq \sqrt ((a+b+c)^2+((1-a)+(1-b)+(1-c))^2\)

= \(\sqrt ((a+b+c)^{2}+(3-(a+b+c))^{2}) = \sqrt (x^{2}+(3-x)^2)\)

= \(\sqrt (2(x- \frac {3}{2})^{2}+ \frac {9}{2}) \geq (\sqrt (\frac {9}{2})) = \frac {3\sqrt 2}{2}\)

where \(x=a+b+c\).

Note: the square root is not completely overhead, but please excuse that.

Shourya Pandey - 5 years ago

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but how u got the first line from minskowsky theorm

Superman Son - 5 years ago

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understood

Superman Son - 5 years ago

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thanks

Superman Son - 5 years ago

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as shourya showed you the proof of the inequality i'm only giving you link to understand what is minkowsky inequality...i think these could help you....but you yourself could search it in google...[!!!....:)]....this is better written in mathworld rather than wikipedia

Raja Metronetizen - 5 years ago

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Construct the following points on the plane: \[\begin{align} O&=(0,0)\\ X&=(a,1-b)\\ Y&=(a+b,2-b-c)\\ Z&=(a+b+c,3-a-b-c) \end{align}\] Now we have \[\begin{align} OX&=\sqrt{a^2+(1-b)^2}\\ XY&=\sqrt{b^2+(1-c)^2}\\ YZ&=\sqrt{c^2+(1-a)^2} \end{align}\] Also, \(Z\) lies on the line \(y=3-x\), and the minimal distance from \(O\) to this line is the length of the perpendicular from \(O\) to this line, which is \(\frac{3\sqrt2}{2}\). Hence by the triangle inequality, \[\begin{align} \sqrt{a^2+(1-b)^2}+\sqrt{b^2+(1-c)^2}+\sqrt{c^2+(1-a)^2}&=OX+XY+YZ\\ &\geq OZ\\ &\geq\frac{3\sqrt2}{2}, \end{align}\] as desired.

Ang Yan Sheng - 5 years ago

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Your method is elementary(and explanatory), and this same method is used to derive the Minkowski's Theorem.

Shourya Pandey - 5 years ago

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