# Exponential Equation

An Exponential Equation is a mathematical equation ([math]A = B[/math]) where [math]A[/math] and/or [math]B[/math] are exponential functions.

**Context:**- It can be represented by [math]a^x=b[/math] where [math]x[/math] is a variable, a and b are constants.
- It can be an input to an Exponential Equation Solving Task.
- It can be a member of a Exponential Equation System.
- It can range from being a Univariate Exponential Equation, a Bivarite Exponential Equation, a Trivariate Exponential Equation, ..., depending on the number of variables.

**Example(s):**- [math]3^x = 1 [/math].
- [math]6^x = 36[/math].
- [math]6^{5+x} = 6^3[/math].

**Counter-Example(s):****See:**Differential Equation, Rational Number, Function Variable, Algebraic Expression, Algebraic Solution, Root-Finding Algorithm, Degree of a Polynomial.