Given X and Y whose values are greater than 2, the task is to find out which is maximum among
x^(y^2) and y^(x^2)
Consider that either x is greater than y or y is greater than x. So, print 1 if x^(y^2) is greater or 2 if y^(x^2) is greater.
Input: X = 4, Y = 9 Output: 1 Input: X = 4, Y = 3 Output: 2
Approach: Assume , then after taking ln on both sides and dividing by we can get .
Take . This function is monotonically decreasing for .
If x > y, then F(x) < F(y)
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