Properties of triangle, math, Marketing Management

properties of triangles.

in the following problem,
In a triangle ABC,if r1 is the exradius of the excircle opposite to A,r2 is the exradius of the excircle opposite to B and r3is the exradius of the excircle opposite to C....
prove that (ar1+br2+cr3)/abc=(1/r)-(1/2R)
where r is the inradius and R is the circum radius.
i tried using these formulae:
r1=(area of triangle)/(s-a)
r1=stanA/2
but i cudnt solve it.how should i start?
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