Though I've found one of the questions with the same topic as mine, I would desire the better elaborated explanation as it confuses me a lot.
According to that question, the answer was that when the word 'solution' is related to answer for social problems, then the preposition 'to' is the most suitable as well as commonly used, and when talking about math problems, for example we say "the solution of this equation", then 'of' fits.
Now my question is, is it grammatically correct to use 'of' for the former case?
To be more specific,
Kim Kardashian tried to find solutions [to/of] the problem that she and her friends had faced.
I'm aware that in this case we should prefer 'to'. Nevertheless, in this case can't I use 'of' at all? If I do it is it grammatically fine?