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Hey guys, im having difficulty with the following problem:

"If m and n are two postive integers, prove that one of m^(1/n) or n^(1/m) is always less than or equal to 3^(1/3)"

Any idea of how to go about this?

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# Homework Help: Homework on exponents

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