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When you graph a function you are essentially calculating the value of the function at every single point in the domain.

If you have complicated functions which are difficult to graph, you could determine intervals where the graphs of the functions crossed each other, and then test values in each of those intervals to see which function is dominant in each interval.

Using the above functions, you could set e^x = x, then solve for x to find where the two functions meet (if at all). Then use that value to separate your domain into intervals. Then test values in each interval to determine which function is above the other.

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