Any homework forums?

nakedfrog

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I applaud your decision to look for a proper outlet :)
But I don't know of any. I help my kids with their homework myself.
 

compnovice

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People here are usually very helpful IF you explain your thought process and how you approached the problem.
 

GTaudiophile

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I did mine for years without help/forums, etc.

Some day you'll actually have to work to achieve what you want.
 

Aharami

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why not ask your teachers or parents for help like people used to before the internet age
 

compman25

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Originally posted by: compnovice
People here are usually very helpful IF you explain your thought process and how you approached the problem.
His thought process: Get homework assignment, right away knows ATOT will do it for me, now have time to hang with the guido's.
 

PottedMeat

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Seriously, how fucking hard is it to type your question into google? Even verbatim from the worksheet? Actually that may be the best way - teachers aren't known for making up their own questions. Or hell, why not pay attention in class?

 

summit

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Originally posted by: HyTekJosh
join AOL and go into a homework help room?
Bad idea, last time I got solicited more times than a streetwalker on Sunset Blvd.
 

Phokus

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Originally posted by: Summit
Originally posted by: HyTekJosh
join AOL and go into a homework help room?
Bad idea, last time I got solicited more times than a streetwalker on Sunset Blvd.
Hey there little boy, want some candy? :evil:
 

DrPizza

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Try physicsforums if you have trouble with physics or math homework. You can get help with the other sciences as well. You'll be expected to show what you tried before anyone lifts a finger to help you. (i.e. the only ones who receive help are the ones who are trying - not the ones who are trying to get someone to do the work for them.)
 

bigal40

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physicsforum.com is good for math and physics, like DrPizza said.

Also cramster.com is good(go to the answer board section). I think it is probably the best one out there.(lots of people and almost always get answers really quick.) Also unlike physics forum, people don't care if you show your work b/c they get points for answering.
 

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