Volume 4,  Issue 3 (GI8), 2003

Article 54



IA 50011,USA.
E-Mail: fink@math.iastate.edu

Received 08 October, 2002; Accepted 01 May, 2003.
Communicated by: D. Hinton

ABSTRACT.  We investigate the notion of `best possible inequality' in the context of Andersson's Inequality.
Key words:
Convex, Best possible inequality.

2000 Mathematics Subject Classification:
26A51, 26D15.

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