Some Geometric and Analytic Inequalities.
Month: January 2007
An inequality in the Cartesian plane.
Let A(1,0), B(-1,0), C(0,1), D(0,-1) be points in the Cartesian plane and P so that OP is no less than 1. Then, it holds:
|AP-BP|+|CP-DP| is no less than 2.
Inequalities for a simplex and a triangle.
We found an interesting inequality for the simplex, using barycentric coordinates and then some applications in a triangle.
Inequalities in a triangle
Let ABC be a triangle and M an interior point. We denoted by RM the sum of the distances of the point M from the vertices of ABC and by rM the sum of the distances of the point M from the sides. We found the inequalities between RM and rM for M=O,G,I,H that is the pericenter the centroid the incenter and the orthocenter respectively.