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I was thinking, a search engine that provides the same question that you needed an explanation for, like the question was already asked and answered. That way its a lot less work for the explainer to do, because I have come across numerous questions that I have already answered. I know is bad in English, its probably worse in Math. Anyways, I have been giving out links to the same question, but with an explanation, but this would be much easier and more efficient when trying to help people out. Just a thought.

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  1. sleepyhead314
    • one year ago
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    you can always just google "sites:openstudy.com __" ^ your question but I suppose we value the one on one explanation learning experience to make sure askers understand the concept rather than just get their answer

  2. nevermind_justschool
    • one year ago
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    I guess that makes sense, but if you don't understand the answer you could always ask the question, I mean most of the time you guys do a great job of explaining the answer step-by-step for Open Studiers.

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