Rather than paying a tutor $20 an hour, Brainly encourages its users to help each other for free. Before you can start asking homework questions on the platform, you have to earn virtual points. This provides an incentive for people to help each other, as opposed to just asking questions without providing any answers to other users. The more questions you answer on Brainly, the more points you earn. When you have enough points, you’ll be able to start asking questions of your own. Post a question based on your homework assignment—for example, “What is the electron configuration of Sodium Chloride?” or “What is the distributive property of -(1-6n)”—and a fellow user will respond with an answer. Each question can have a maximum of two acceptable answers, so you don’t have to worry about being overwhelmed by all the responses you receive.
Hundreds of moderators help maintain decorum within the Brainly community. Meanwhile, rankings give users the chance to highlight their expertise and earn bonuses. For students who’d like some extra guidance on their homework, and aren’t afraid to help others in return, Brainly is an excellent platform to check out.
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