I have a sentence:
Take a look at this math problem and try to so solve it.
The Grammar Checker told me: “This sentence contains Issue: Confusing modifiers.”
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The "so" is your confusing modifier, but this also looks like a typo?
The word "so" is pretty confusing there. I assume it's referring back to a specific method of solving this type of maths problem, given earlier in the text ("so" here means "in such a way").
It would be easier to parse (and not be seen as a typo!) if the sentence were rephrased as...