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Let a1  ,  a2,  ……., a100 be non zero real number such that a1 + a2 + …… + a100 = 0    then a.   ∑100i=1  at  2ai    > 0  and  ∑100i=1  ai 2-ai <0 b.  ∑100i=1  at  2ai    >= 0  and  ∑100i=1  ai 2-ai  >=0 c.  ∑100i=1  at  2ai    <= 0  and  ∑100i=1  ai 2-ai <=0 d.  the sign of  ∑100i=1  at  2ai or ∑100i=1  at  2ai depends on the choice of ai’s

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