##### Example

With a task $4+5$, AlgebraKiT will evaluate the sum, because $9$ is a simpler expression than $4+5$.

Try it yourself:

• $2x+4x+4$
AlgebraKiT will combine the like terms.
• $x(x+1)$
AlgebraKiT will do nothing. Expanding the brackets is not necessarily ‘simpler’.
• $x(x+1)-x^2$
Now AlgebraKiT will expand the brackets, because it can then cancel terms and reach a simple result.
• $\frac{2x+4}{x^2+2x}$
Using the mathematical knowledge that AlgebraKiT has, it decides to factor both numerator and denominator and cancel factors to reach a simpler result.