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Justifying a pair of inequalities involving the exponential function
I'm reading Fan Chung's Spectral Graph Theory. There's a pair of inequalities I don't know how to justify. Chung doesn't attempt to explain them, so maybe they're very obvious. Example 1.19 on page ...
Nov 23 '11 at 19:00
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