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Let $a,\,b$ and $c$ be the side lengths of a triangle. Prove that $\dfrac{a}{\sqrt[3]{4b^3+4c^3}}+\dfrac{c}{\sqrt[3]{4a^3+4b^3}}+\dfrac{a}{\sqrt[3]{4b^3+4c^3}}<2$.
The Triangle Inequality is a mathematical concept that states that the sum of any two sides of a triangle must be greater than the length of the third side.
Proving the Triangle Inequality is important because it is a fundamental property of triangles and is used in many geometric and algebraic proofs. It also helps to ensure the validity of mathematical calculations and constructions involving triangles.
The Triangle Inequality can be proven using various methods, such as the Pythagorean Theorem, the Law of Cosines, and the Law of Sines. It can also be proven using algebraic manipulations and geometric constructions.
This expression is used to show that the sum of the two sides of the triangle is less than 2, which is the maximum possible value for the sum of two sides in order for the Triangle Inequality to hold true.
Yes, the Triangle Inequality applies to all types of triangles, including equilateral, isosceles, and scalene triangles. It is a universal property of triangles and is not limited to any specific type.