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Old 10-08-2007   #1
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Default Help!! Math problem #4?

4. Prove that the inequality 3(a)^2 – 4((a)^3)*b + b^4 = 0 holds for all real numbers a and b.Sorry, the inequality should look like this: 3a^4 – 4(a^3)*b + b^4 is greater than or equal to 0

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