Explain your answer and give counter example if needed. Sep 27 | Harry from Toledo, OH | 2 Answers | 0 Votes Mark favorite Subscribe Comment
x=1, a=6, b=7; 1^{6}=1; 1^{7}=1; So, x=1, a≠b, but x^{a}=x^{b}. That is, x^{a}=x^{b} does not necessarily implies a=b. Sep 27 | Kirill Z. Comment