I'm assuming you are talking about an algebra problem like: 4|2x-1|-2=10 ? Could you give an example?

Anyway, these are the websites that I use:

**Symbolab** **(Recommended)**
Free and shows all the steps plus "rules" if applicable. For example if you are solving trig problems it gives you the trigonometric identities for solving within the steps.

**Mathway**

Free but doesn't show the steps to solving unless you buy a subscription. I say its a bit more user friendly than Symbolab but thats just me. I mainly use this for quick checking of my answers and Symbolab for complete walkthroughs.

**Khanacademy.org **

One of my favorites. It has a load of videos on many different school topics and its math section is like having a computer "tutor" helping you learn how to do the operations. Its totally free, and is good for students, parents, and teachers alike. I highly recommend looking into it if you teacher isn't explaining well enough, just start at the

**Math** section, find your grade, and then your topic.

Hope this helps. Now back to my own math problems :P