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there is a challenging problem that no one could answer it,so here it is if any one wants to try:

if x,z,y are all positive real numbers prove that:

(1+x^2)(1+y^2)(1+z^2)/(xyz)>=8

so anyone can help please? thank you.

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# A very hard prove

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