# Math Contest #27 [2 SBI]

Here you can keep your brain fit by solving math related problems and also earn SBI or sometimes other rewards by doing so.

The problems usually contain a mathematical equation that in my opinion is fun to solve or has an interesting solution.

I will also only choose problems that can be solved without additional tools(at least not if you can calculate basic stuff in your head), so don't grab your calculator, you won't need it.

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# Rules

#### No upvote, No resteem, No follow required!

#### I will give the SBI(s) randomly to any participants.

#### You have 12 days to solve it.

#### The internet is no accepted way of solving a mathematical problem.

#### You need to shortly explain how you solved it. Just giving the solution isn't enough.

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# Problem

Proof the following equivalence:

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To everyone who already participated in a past contest, come back today and try a new problem(tell me if you don't want to be tagged):

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In case no one gets a result(which I doubt), I will give away the prize to anyone who comments.

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You can support him by using a witness vote on untersatz, so he can further support this and other contests.

trendovoter (41)4 years agoCongratulations @mapxv,

53.97%upvote has been shared with your successful call on the post that shared by @quantumdeveloper!^{Support @trendotoken projects by delegating : 100SP , 200SP , 500SP , 1000SP , 2000SP }tonimontana (57)4 years agoI do not get this. If x>1 so for example x=2 and n=2 then 1/2^2>2 is wrong.

quantumdeveloper (57)4 years agoAh yes you are right.

I accidently wrote a ">" instead of a "<" into the equation.

I updated it in the post.

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