Math Nerds: Make money solving problems

Discussion in 'Off Topic' started by Valerie, Jul 9, 2011.

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  1. Valerie

    Valerie New Member

    There is this new website called Slader.

    Basically, you solve problems from textbooks and put explanations and you get money, 10 cents per solution and 10 cents everytime someone even views your problem.

    It's pretty simple and straight forward. The company is pretty new and looks pretty promising. Any one who wants to practice their math skills or become a teacher should probably do this.

    Here's the link: http://www.slader.com/s/UmFpbnA=

    -Val
     
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  2. 57thRomance

    57thRomance Member

    Oooooo lalalaaaaaaa. Time to make some Mooooolaaaaaa. :D
     
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  3. Valerie

    Valerie New Member

    Correction, you can actually sell your approved solutions for 50 cents each so if you make 100 solutions, that's 50 dollars!! I'm aiming for 1500 solutions (100 a day) and buy a nice computer hopefully.

    If you don't have a textbook, you can hit contribute>request a chapter and they will give you a link to the chapter of your choice so you can start doing some problems (Btw I'm at 226 solutions and I cash out every $100, I don't know if I should buy something cool or save it up.)
     
  4. mathgirl

    mathgirl New Member

    dude, i would save it up! i'm too busy this summer to add solutions, but i'll definitely be using slader as soon as school starts. did you know they have english stuff up there now? i really need help in that department...

    oh, and they're community page is pretty cool too. brandon's video was hilarious! check it out: http://www.slader.com/contribute/videos/ it made me cry.
     
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  5. ColoredSpades

    ColoredSpades Member

    Not to be skeptical, but how exactly does the website make money?
    As in, how does it earn revenue, handing out 50 cents per solution?
     
  6. RainPilot

    RainPilot stinky bear

    When they come out of Beta, they will sell points to people so that they can view solutions.

    You jelly, bro?
    Scott Kulb is one of the founders btw
    [​IMG]
     
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  7. LumpySausage

    LumpySausage Member

    I got an A in math Shalll I do this -0-
     
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  8. mathgirl

    mathgirl New Member

    heck yeah lumpysausage. get paid for that A-status math brain of yours.
     
  9. LumpySausage

    LumpySausage Member

    ok!
     
  10. ColoredSpades

    ColoredSpades Member

    Ohhhh, okay.
    Thanks!
     
  11. RainPilot

    RainPilot stinky bear

    Hey, anyone signing up under me (http://www.slader.com/s/UmFpbnA=)
    can use this promo-code during registration and you will get a free 30-day subscription for 15 views per day. You also can get free points which can be used to view solutions.

    Restating my offer of: Anyone who signs up under me will recieve two free textbooks in pdf form which they can use to submit solutions on slader to earn cash! Email me at
     
  12. Jordahan

    Jordahan World Leader of The 21st Century

    This seems a wee bit sketchy. Methinks.
     
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  13. RainPilot

    RainPilot stinky bear

    My 1100$ dollahs beg to differ.
     
  14. Jordahan

    Jordahan World Leader of The 21st Century

    Prove it!
     
  15. RainPilot

    RainPilot stinky bear

    I did math problems for 3 weeks to get the 900 and the rest was from referring people.
    [​IMG]
     
  16. Jordahan

    Jordahan World Leader of The 21st Century

    Until the government takes your money back because it is stolen from little old ladies and Cambodians.
     
  17. Disci

    Disci Old man

    I can recognize my $ from miles away. GIMME BACK MY MONEY, RAINPEE!
     
  18. RainPilot

    RainPilot stinky bear

    It's all very legal, I just have to pay self-employment taxes with a w-7 or w-9 I forget once I break 500 dollars (which I did)
     
  19. BestCharmie

    BestCharmie Member

    Wait this means we need to have the book?
     
  20. Propkid

    Propkid Member

    Whoa...
    Whoawhoawhoawhoa... I'm on an unwilling gap year... So much free time...
    The possibilities...
     
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