i have been given a question ...that is to prove that x>logx for all x>0(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});

i know that its true.....and i have thought of a way to prove it

i thought of drawing a graph.....but then i had a small doubt that will the graph hold true for all x>0 till infinity?

i mean i know its true but will the graph prove that? i can only draw it for a finite no of numbers

also i am studying differentiation and integration these days....so is thereany way of roving this using differentiation and integration? ...or any other way?

i really appreciate anyones help....thanks

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# Homework Help: To somehow prove that x>logx for all x>o

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