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If i take ln from both sides it looks ok. but when i try to plot [tex]\frac{\ln(x)^{\ln(x)}}{x^\ln(\ln(x))}[/tex] or [tex]\ln(x)^{\ln(x)} - x^\ln(\ln(x))[/tex]? it doesn't gives me straight line. What is wrong?

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If i take ln from both sides it looks ok. but when i try to plot [tex]\frac{\ln(x)^{\ln(x)}}{x^\ln(\ln(x))}[/tex] or [tex]\ln(x)^{\ln(x)} - x^\ln(\ln(x))[/tex]? it doesn't gives me straight line. What is wrong?

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What do you get if you take x __<__ 1? However, if x > 1, then yes, if you take ln from both sides, they are equal. In fact, when I graph it, I get a horizontal line starting from (1,0) and going to the right. I used GCalc to graph it. You can do the same in case it is just a problem with whatever graphing tool you're using.

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And you'll have no problems in plotting it, in fact the software you used was not interested in showing you the logic puzzles it was involved in, thus tricking you.

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