Slader: All your textbook homework, solved.
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The Slader website is helping me through difficult math lessons in high school, and I have a Sociology course for the second semester. I looked up the questions and there are no answers, so I tried to make an account to add in the answers I had found, each time, it would say “this form is insecure. Are you sure you want to submit it?” I clicked yes multiple times and it froze my phone at one specific spot in loading. Eventually I gave up and got the app. I logged in and registered an account and everything was fine, but I haven’t yet found the feature that lets you write in answers for other people and that was my main goal in the first place.
I gave it three stars because at times it can be helpful but since people have to submit their own answers sometimes these answers are wrong. And there is no way to tell people these answers are wrong! I’ve tried commenting but none of the commenting stuff works. It’s really frustrating and I’m disliking the app more and more. I feel like you should have like approved answers and if people want to comment their own special was or an easier way then they can. Right now I’m trying to finish my homework and most of the answers this one guy has submitted has been wrong!!! I know it’s wrong because the back of my book tells me the answer. I’m just frustrated
This app can be really helpful when I'm confused about how to solve a problem but other times it doesn't help at all. It really depends on how good the person who posts the answer to a problem is at explaining it. The ads are annoying and pop up after every two or three answers I look at, but I get that the app developers need to make money. My main problem is how much battery this app uses. Within two minutes of the app being open, my battery goes down 5%. I'm not even kidding I timed it. And after I'm done reviewing a single problem (about 7 minutes of the app being open) I've gone from a 75% to 52%...
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