I was going through some important points give in my textbook and I saw this:(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

##\log_e x < \sqrt x##

How did they get this?

I know calculus so you can show this using differentiation, etc.

One possible way is that they took

##f(x)=\sqrt x-\log_e x##

And tried to prove it is always greater than zero.

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# Ln(x) less than root(x)

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