## Can PhotoMath solve equations?

PhotoMath supports arithmetic expressions, fractions and decimals, powers and roots, and simple linear equations, with more being added all the time. If you stumble upon an equation that PhotoMath can’t figure out, hit the feedback button in the app to send it the developers.

## How do I get math on my Snapchat?

To access the feature, users simply “press and hold” on the Snapchat camera when a math equation is in view, and Photomath’s math solver engine will recognize the problem and immediately generate a solution on the Snapchat camera screen.

**What is the golden rule for solving equations?**

How do we apply the Golden Rule? First it should be stated, that when solving for an unknown variable in an equation, you must try to get 0 on the side with the unknown variable in addition/subtraction (and get 1 in multiplication/division).

### How do you solve math equations?

In mathematics, to solve an equation is to find its solutions, which are the values ( numbers, functions, sets, etc.) that fulfill the condition stated by the equation, consisting generally of two expressions related by an equality sign. When seeking a solution, one or more free variables are designated as unknowns.

### How do you solve equations step by step?

Solving Linear Equations. Step 1. Clear fractions or decimals. Step 2. Simplify each side of the equation by removing parentheses and combining like terms. Step 3. Isolate the variable term on one side of the equation. Step 4. Solve the equation by dividing each side of the equation.

**What are the steps in solving equations?**

STEPS FOR SOLVING MULTI-STEP EQUATIONS. Step 1 Use the Distributive Property . Step 2 Combine like terms on each side. Step 3 Move the variables to one side of the equation. Step 4 Undo addition or subtraction. Step 5 Undo multiplication or division.

## How do you solve a math problem?

Simplify the math by solving small parts of the problem, one by one, using the order of operations rule. Solve any numbers that are in parenthesis first. Then, solve the multiplications in the problem and then the division, always working from left to right. Finally, solve the additions and the subtractions, working from left to right.