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Posted on 20150211
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Show that (sin x)^(sin x) < (cos x)^(cos x) when 0 < x < pi/4
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View the graph here.
The vertical line down the middle is x=pi/4. The black curve is sin(x)^sin(x) and the blue curve is cos(x)^cos(x).
Posted by
Charlie
on 20150211 10:39:34
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