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e^pi and pi^e 
20091022 

From Natalie: Question from natalie, a student:
Without using your calculator, prove which is bigger: e^pi or pi^e
we talked about ad absurdum in class, so I'm assuming that is how I approach this question, but since neither of them have a variable( like the examples we actually solved in class), I'm not quite sure how to solve it.... Answered by Harley Weston. 





e^pi > pi^e 
20010727 

From Dusty: What book(s) contain a proof that e^{Pi} > Pi^{e}? I think it might be in Problems in Analysis published by SpringerVerlag but I have not been able to check. Answered by Chris Fisher. 


