$ \displaystyle \sin{(\pi x)}>\cos{(\pi \sqrt{x})} $

I don't know how to solve this. I would really appreciate some help.

I tried to do something, but didn't get anything.

If I move cos to the left side, I can't apply formulas for sum. Since arguments of sin and cos have $ \displaystyle \pi $, I think there is no way I can somehow make it simpler by using addition formulas. If I could somehow get rid of that square root, but how?! I know that $ \displaystyle x=(\sqrt{x})^2 $, but what's use of that when I don't see how to get rid of that power of 2. I tried squaring everything and doing something, but I didn't get anything from that. I don't know how to proceed. I don't see there are any formulas which I could use to make this simpler.

Must solve this somehow, would appreciate your help.