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I Π^x and x^π

  1. Sep 7, 2017 #21
    Can't we simply plot f(x)=log(x)/x,we know x>0...apply limits to find value of f(x) at 0,1 and infinity
    It's clear that the derivative of the function will be positive till e and negative after that(indicating e is a point of maxima).
    That's your graph done.
    log(pi)/pi will be a straight line cutting the function at x=pi and some other point(we'll need a calculator to find that,i guess)

    Your answer's that point till pi
     
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