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Mathematics can be challenging for many, with complex equations and mind-bending concepts that require time, patience, and skill to master.

Fortunately, in the age of technology, we have plenty of websites to solve math problems and make the subject more accessible and exciting.

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Here are the best 5 websites to solve the math concepts you need to learn!

## 1. Symbolab

first on our list of websites to solve math is Symbolab.

Whether you’re a beginner or an advanced student, this math skills resource has you covered with its detailed step-by-step solutions, interactive graphics, and helpful examples.

You can also put equations or problems and get math answers with detailed steps, graphics, and examples , making it a game-changer when it comes to finding solutions to math problems.

As a mathematical resource for students’ grades, it covers a wide range of topics, such as:

- Trigonometry

And in addition to it, the website offers a note-taking section, allowing users to write down key details for future reference.

Symbolab’s availability in both free and premium options ensures that students of all backgrounds can benefit from its remarkable features and unleash their full mathematical potential.

## Symbolab Subscription and Cost

Symbolab has both price-free and premium options.

Free Plan: You have access immediately to practice problems, custom settings, and save notes.

Pro Plan: Here, besides having the benefits of the free subscription, you’ll also be available to:

- Full access to solution steps
- Web & Mobile subscription
- Assessments
- Detailed progress report

The platform offers three different payment options:

- Monthly: $7.99
- Semi-Annual: $29.99
- Annual: $34.99

Symbolab is also available on Google Play and App Store

Mathway is another of the best websites to solve math problems that can help you with your class activities.

It stands as a reliable and accessible online tool for a range of math topics like:

- Trigonometric functions
- Descriptive statistics

One key feature that sets Mathway apart is its ability to provide step-by-step solutions to math problems.

It simplifies solving math problems by breaking down the solution process when entering an equation or problem, serving as a valuable companion for students , educators, and individuals seeking instant support.

With its step-by-step explanation and advanced graphing capabilities, this math solution app helps users obtain correct answers and understand each step, concept, and reasoning.

## Mathway Subscription and Cost

Mathway subscription consists of its “Step-by-Step Access,” allowing users to see each step of the solution without advertisements.

This is the only current subscription plan that costs:

- $9.99 with a monthly subscription
- $39.99 with a yearly subscription

This smart calculator is available on Google Play and Apple Store

Cymath offers college students a powerful tool for solving math questions easily and precisely.

With its very simple interface and advanced capabilities, this website simplifies the process of tackling any complex math question you may have, making it a great resource for learners at all levels.

Unlike other math solver websites, it only covers algebra and calculus functions, but it’s a very intuitive tool that provides instant feedback and suggestions , ensuring users can correct errors or misconceptions along the way.

## Cymath Subscription and Price

You can use this app for free, or you can pay $5 a month for:

- Shows how a step is done
- Shows why a step is taken
- Learn from reference material

Cymath has a mobile app available for iOS and Android .

## 4. QuickMath

QuickMath allows you to solve equations and simplify fractions by just typing your problem.

After that, QuickMath will generate a step-by-step solution. It also includes a graphing tool that can be used to visualize solutions.

One of the advantages of QuickMath is that it also provides instant feedback to students, allowing them to identify any mistakes they have made quickly . This can be especially useful for students struggling with math and needing extra support.

QuickMath is also accessible from anywhere with an internet connection , making it a useful tool for students studying remotely or outside the classroom.

This math solver app will help you with:

- Solving complex math equations
- Factor polynomials
- Simplify expressions
- Graph equations and inequalities

And it also has features like:

- Advanced solvers: Partial fractions, matrices, factors, etc.
- All solvers: Arithmetics, fractions, etc.

## QuickMath Subscription Plan and Costs

To see what steps to take, they offer a subscription plan that costs:

- $9.99 a month
- $19.99 every six months
- $29.99 a year

You can find it available on Google Play and Apple Store .

## 5. Microsoft Math Solver

Microsoft Math Solver is a powerful and versatile mobile application that serves as your personal math assistant on the go.

This app combines the convenience of a calculator with advanced problem-solving capabilities to help users easily tackle a wide range of mathematical equations and problems.

One of the standout features of Microsoft Math Solver is its ability to solve math problems using various methods and approaches. Users can simply snap a photo of a handwritten or printed math problem, and the app will analyze and provide step-by-step solutions.

This feature saves time and promotes a deeper understanding of the problem-solving process.

This math problem solver covers:

- Pre-algebra
- Algebra calculator
- Trigonometric equations

This app is absolutely free, and you can find it on Google Play and Apple Store .

## Tips For Solving Math Problems

Having websites to solve math problems can be an effective solution when you are taking care of math homework, but there are other practices you can adopt that will help you improve your math skills without the internet needed.

We know that this subject can be challenging for many students, but it can also be enjoyable and rewarding with the right approach. Here are six tips for solving math problems:

## 1. Understand The Problem:

Before attempting to solve a math problem, take the time to read it carefully and make sure you understand what you are being asked to do.

Look for important keywords, such as “find,” “calculate,” or “solve,” and make note of any important information or data that is provided.

## 2. Draw a diagram:

Sometimes, it can be helpful to draw a diagram or graph to visualize the problem and make it easier to understand .

This can be especially useful for geometry problems or problems involving complex data sets.

## 3. Work from left to right:

When performing calculations, always work from left to right and be sure to follow the order of operations Parentheses, Exponents, Multiplication and Division (PEMDAS).

This will help you avoid errors and ensure that you arrive at the correct answer.

## 4. Show your work:

When solving a math problem, be sure to show your work step-by-step.

This not only helps you keep track of your progress, but it also allows you to identify any mistakes you may have made and correct them before moving on.

## 5. Check your answer:

After solving a math problem, double-check your answer to ensure it is correct .

If possible, try using a different method to arrive at the same answer to confirm that your solution is accurate.

This step helps you catch any potential errors or miscalculations that may have occurred during the problem-solving process , especially when dealing with complex equations like quadratic equations.

## 6. Practice, practice, practice:

The more you practice solving math problems, the easier it will become.

Set aside time each day to work on these problems, and don’t be afraid to ask for help if you need it. Remember, with perseverance and dedication, anyone can become proficient in math problem-solving!

## Solving Math Problems Like a Pro

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Whether you’re a student struggling with homework, a professional needing quick solutions or improving your abilities, these websites provide the necessary tools and resources.

From the comprehensive step-by-step solutions offered by Symbolab to the fast and efficient calculations of Mathway and the versatile capabilities of Microsoft Math Office, each website brings its unique features to the table.

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## 7 Best Math Solver Apps and Websites

We have already talked about math learning apps for Android and iOS before. These apps allow you to study and brush up on mathematical concepts regardless of where you are. But what do you do when you get stuck on a problem and there is no one to help you out? The answer is easy. There are tons of apps and websites that you can use to solve math problems in no time. So if you don’t want to depend on anybody, here are some of the best math solver apps and websites you can try. Let’s begin.

## How to Tackle Homework with Math Solver Apps

1. mathway: scan photos, solve problems.

Mathway is the most recommended app when it comes to math problem-solving apps. It covers a large area of mathematics such as basic math, algebra, trigonometry, calculus, etc. So whether you want to solve basic square roots or word out complicated limits and derivatives, this one is the only tool you may need.

Mathway also allows you to connect with experts. You can submit your question for a fee of $5/month (one pending question at a time) or $30/month (1st plan + 20 sessions live with experts).

To start solving problems, all you have to do is select a subject area and take a photo of the question. Moreover, if you want to type in the question, you can do that with the keyboard as well. The numbers on the keyboard keep changing according to the subject of your choice. The best part is that it shows you steps to solve each problem. However, it is behind the paywall and would cost you $9.99/month. This also removes ads.

- Cover multiple areas (algebra, trigonometry, calculus, etc.)
- Supports three types of input (keyboard, camera, voice)
- Stp by step problem solving
- No sign-in required
- Ask an expert might be costly for many

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## 2. Slader Homework Answers

If you have a lot of math questions, taking a picture or typing each problem can be a big hassle. Since most math problems are extracted out of textbooks, why not simply scroll through the questions/answers from the book itself? This app does exactly that. You can scan the barcode of a book or browse from the category of the books already solved.

In addition to high school math (pre-algebra, geometry, trigonometry) and upper-level math (differential equations, statistics, etc.), it also covers other subjects such as English, management, accounting, etc. Although the app has a large database of books, there are chances that you won’t find the book you’re looking for. Moreover, most of the advanced math books are locked. So you can only view them by upgrading to a premium plan that comes at $3.99/monthly.

- Find math solutions book-wise
- Clearly shows chapter number, page, and exercise number
- Users can rate and comment on solutions
- Very slow to load
- Tons of banner ads
- Limited database of books
- No option to scan questions

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## 3. Cymath – Math Problem Solver

Cymath is similar to Mathway, however, I like it more because of a few additional features. But before that, let’s first talk about the common features. Both math solver apps allow you to capture math problems and have keyboard input as well. However, Mathway has far more sub-fields of math when compared to Cymath. I tried a few algebra questions where both performed well. However, Cymath often showed errors when I ran trigonometry questions.

In conclusion, if you want to cover a large area of subjects and want extreme accuracy, Mathway is still better.

Cymath shines in a few other aspects, for example, the history section and the ability to bookmark solutions. This comes in handy whenever you are stuck and wish to refer to an old problem. In addition, it also has a learning tab that has common references, practice questions and also discusses one problem each week. The plus version comes at $4.99/month. It removes ads, shows the step-by-step solutions, and even answer why a certain step is used (in addition to how).

- Covers most topics (algebra, calculus, graphing)
- Clean interface (easy to browser)
- Supports image and keyboard input
- History and bookmark option
- Stumbles a bit on accuracy
- Not as comprehensive as Mathway

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## 4. Geometry solver ² lite

Most math solver apps don’t deal with geometry, but here is an app that does it well. So the next time you struggle to find the area of a figure or you cannot recall a specific formula, you know where to look. You can easily toggle between 2D or 3D figures from the sidebar. Moreover, all the figures are given in a listicle form along with a line diagram for easy understanding.

The calculation is also extremely easy. All you have to do is add the variables and the app will show you all the results live as you change these variables in real-time. In case you do not want to rely on the auto-calculation feature, it shows all the formulae in the same tab for quick reference as well. While all the formulas are free, the calculator for several figures is locked. On the plus side, you can simply watch a 15 seconds video ad to unlock them. If you do not wish to see ads, you have the option to remove ads and unlock all figures by paying a $3.99/one-time fee.

- 2D ad 3D figure section
- Auto-calculator with variables
- Lists all the formulas (area, perimeter, centroid, etc.)
- Purely a geometry app

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## 5. Google Lens (Homework)

Did you know you can use the Google Search app to solve math problems? Very few people know about it and I’m sure even less actually use it. In order to use this feature, you must have the Google Search app installed. Simply tap on the camera icon and select the Homework option from the bottom. Now all you have to do is point the camera towards the question and adjust the frame accordingly.

If the app can scan the question successfully, you’ll get a preview for the same. If it’s not accurate you have the option to edit the question. You can also view the solution step-wise. Google also has another problem-solving app Socratic ( iOS , Android ) that covers all subjects. You can try that as well however it doesn’t allow you to upload questions from your gallery. Hence when your friends send you a problem on WhatsApp, using the Google Search app is a better solution.

- Shows step by step solution
- Allows you to edit the question
- See similar questions/concepts with Google search results
- Not a dedicated math solver app
- Might not work for advance math

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## 6. QuickMath

If you prefer using a PC over the phone to study, you should check QuickMath’s website. The website isn’t fancy but easily solves basic math problems. Similar to the math solver apps we have discussed above, it solves math problems automatically. Whether you are in school or college, it covers a vast array of subjects. You can solve simple equations, algebra, calculus, percentage problems, etc.

The website is easy to browse and all the options are well laid out. You can click on the type of question from the side or top bar. Once you scroll down, you can also view a step-by-step solution for any given problem. In addition to that, it also provides a brief explanation for each step.

- Easy to switch between types of questions
- Solves both basic and advanced math problems
- Features help and tutorial section
- Step by step explanation
- No option to upload questions
- On-screen keyboard is a flimsy way to type (personal choice)

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## 7. WolframAlpha

Wolfram is often called a search engine for solving problems. Unlike Google which heavily relies on search results, Wolfram uses deep computational power (extremely sourced and curated data) to solve mathematical equations and has a vast variety of areas it deals with. You can solve problems related to elementary math, algebra, calculus geometry, etc. To begin, type the question, upload a picture, even just paste a link containing the question.

Wolfram Alpha will likely solve all your problems. The only hiccup is that a lot of great features are exclusive to the pro version which comes at $5.59/monthly. This not only unlocks step-by-step solutions but also adds useful features like practice problems, guided calculators (finance, nutrition, etc), option to download results, etc. If you are a student, I highly recommend you try this. It’s a great factual resource not only for solving maths but other subjects such as chemistry, engineering, economics, stats, etc. too.

- Solutions based on factual data
- Covers most subject besides mathematics
- Useful features behind the paywall (step-by-step solution, download results, etc.)

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## Closing Remarks: Which Math Solver Apps Should You Choose

In my opinion, Mathway is the perfect app, to begin with. It deals with most of the problems in addition to being accurate. You can type, use voice command and even capture questions to find answers. If you’re on PC, try the QuickMath website which will work in most cases.

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