Mathway is a fantastic resource for solving math problems. Since I teach in elementary, my focus was on the Basic section, which did a great job of solving problems you would find in U.S. grades 4-6 (9 to 12 year olds).

You have two options — you can enter a problem, or look up how to solve a problem by topic. For entering problems, there is an input box, and plenty of math symbols (such as square roots, fractions, and exponents), and geometric shapes in two and three-dimensions. This section is great for homework help.

On the right, there is a section with example problems that you can select by topic. So, if you need steps for long division, you select that topic, and are given a problem and the steps for solving it. Highlighting makes all the steps clear.

Donâ€™t get stumped by math. Bring your problems to Mathway to get not just answers, but easy to understand, step-by-step directions. ALICE MERCER

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