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A logarithmic cotangent inequality – mathoverflow.net
25/12/2015 9:47 am by Traut in Development
I must be a terrible googling searcher but I cannot find a reference to the following inequality: $$ forall_{phiin(0;frac pi 4)} ln(cot(phi))), <, cot(2!cdot!phi) $$ I have just ...
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