input"Please solve this equation: " \(\frac{x+2}{x} = \frac{5}{3}\) — " internally without displaying any steps. After solving, provide only the final solution in the format ( x = \text{solution} )."

I try it I entered this prompt word in the window multiple times, sometimes I got X=3/sometimes I got X=6.
If you get X=6 and open a new window dialogue, you will sometimes get X=3. The same goes for the opposite. It’s hard to understand that such a problem could exist in mathematics.
Try the same in the API.

Many people have noticed that the behavior of the playground and the API can differ.

Language models, like humans, solve problems with step-by-step thinking, even for simple problems.

Recent, cheaper models, in particular, are not very good at solving math problems.

It is natural for the output to be random if intermediate steps are omitted.

When solving math problems, it is necessary to let the language model think through the solution, but have the actual calculations performed by a code interpreter or Math Solver.