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08-28-2011, 08:00 AM
The project is to answer Math and Science questions from School Textbooks. You will be paid in US Dollars, $0.75 per Calculus question, $0.25 per Algebra question, and $0.50 for all other questions. The answers will be filled online, all software for producing Latex/Equations and textbook chapters will be provided.

There is a lot of work to complete, there are over 1 million questions left to be solved. You may solve as many questions as you desire. You will not be credited for solving questions that have already been solved.

To be paid you require a Paypal account. You may start right working right away. Once you have submitted an answer it will be reviewed for accuracy. Once approved for correctness you will be credited for the answer.

To be considered you must sign up and create an account using this link www.slader.com. After creating an account if you have any questions about how to submit questions click on Contribute tab on the top of your account page and then FAQ or Guide.

You may begin work right away and start getting paid immediately. After creating your account simply request a chapter for a textbook via the website and start answering questions that correspond to that chapter. The amount of money you have earned will be noted in your account.

If you don't see the exercises/questions online. Don't panic. You have to request a chapter from the website first. You can do so from the Contribute tab on top on the website, and click on request a chapter. It should be sent to your email in like 10-20 mins, and then you can correspond exercise numbers to the book.

10-15-2011, 09:59 PM
Hi there,
I'm interested in this, but will it infringe upon any copyright issues?
Also, in what format should work be submitted...in LaTex?