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@Samarth Agarwal
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Ya, I have the complete paper, but can you give the solution to this inequality, I mean how you solved, I was trying it with Tittu's Lemma, but couldn't complete

@Samarth Agarwal
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Oh, yeah, I did it today, after I commented that. It was quite easy. Actually first I was not expanding $(a+b+c+d)^2$. I first applied Tittu's lemma and then AM-GM

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Sorry. I don't know how can we upload images in comment. I think we can't upload images in comment but and upload it in solutions for given questions. Can you please write the whole solution?

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TopNewestHave u given the inmo mock test of fiitjee yesterday

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No, one of my friends gave that, and yeah, it's a question I gave from there only... Did you give that test?? How was it?

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Yes I gave the test and it was really difficult....this was the only question I could completely solve....I would post the complete paper soon.

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$sqrt (a), sqrt (b), sqrt (c), sqrt (d) and 1,1,1,1$ it would give the direct result

Use titu lemma and then cauchy schwarz onLog in to reply

$(a+b+c+d)^2$. I first applied Tittu's lemma and then AM-GM

Oh, yeah, I did it today, after I commented that. It was quite easy. Actually first I was not expandingLog in to reply

Can you please post the complete solution including explanation for this question??Log in to reply

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Sorry. I don't know how can we upload images in comment. I think we can't upload images in comment but and upload it in solutions for given questions. Can you please write the whole solution?Log in to reply

Quite easy cyclic sum(a^2/(ab+2ac+3ad)) and apply Tittu's lemma

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