# Proving inequalities [closed]

2*sqrt(n+1)-2*sqrt(n) < 1/sqrt(n) < 2*sqrt(n)-2*sqrt(n-1)

How to prove this inequality?

Proving inequalities [closed]

2*sqrt(n+1)-2*sqrt(n) < 1/sqrt(n) < 2*sqrt(n)-2*sqrt(n-1)

How to prove this inequality?

close date 2012-02-27 13:32:18

Asked: ** 2012-02-27 13:23:08 +0100 **

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Last updated: **Feb 27 '12**

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Again, this is not a Sage question. Sage is mathematics software; even if it can *verify* things like this, it won't show you the steps unless you follow the code.