Comparing \pi^e\pi^e and e^\pie^\pi without calculating them

How can I

compare (without calculator or similar device) the values of \pi^e and e^\pi ?

Answer

Another proof uses the fact that \displaystyle \pi \ne e and that e^x > 1 + x for x \ne 0.

We have e^{\pi/e -1} > \pi/e,

and so

e^{\pi/e} > \pi.

Thus,

e^{\pi} > \pi^e.

Note: This proof is not specific to \pi.

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Source : Link , Question Author : Mirzodaler , Answer Author : David

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