According to Longman Dictionary of Contemporary English, the noun ‘go’ is defined as ‘an attempt to do something‘. The following is an example from the same source:
‘I’d thought about it for some time and decided to give it a go (=try to do something).’
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How about the following conversation between the two students?
A: ‘I am stuck with this math question. It is so difficult!’
B: ‘OK. Do you think that I can give it a go? I may be able to help you out.’
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