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I'm a CompSci university student and i want some help for my math questions. Therefore i am looking for a good discussion board for math homework questions. I don't know any (good), because I come from an non-native-english-speaking country.

any ideas ?

note : I know that I could post my questions here, but:
1. this is not a discussion board, where I can discuss about my question
2. I won't annoy the experts with "simple" algebra question :)

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This site is, almost by definition, for not-necessarily-expert questions, and homework does not differ, in principle, from any other category of material here. If there are special features to a homework question (you want only hints, or you want some calculation verified, or an answer that uses only elementary material, or only the theory in a specific textbook, etc) then mentioning this in the question will lead to more "adapted" answers. Some users are more likely to answer homework if the question includes partial progress or is tagged as [homework], but such extra data are voluntary. –  T.. Nov 15 '10 at 21:16

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Have a look at

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While this link may answer the question, it is better to include the essential parts of the answer here and provide the link for reference. Link-only answers can become invalid if the linked page changes. –  Arkamis Sep 2 '12 at 2:06
@EdGorcenski: That makes little sense when the question explicitly asked for links. The question may be bad (since it is not really MSE's task to be a link collection), but given what the question is, there seems to be nothing wrong with the answer in particular. –  Henning Makholm Sep 2 '12 at 10:23
@HenningMakholm Fair enough; nevertheless, I think that even when a question asks specifically for links, that some commentary on why the link is appropriate is fair. I certainly wouldn't want to navigate through 5-10 different links without any prior description as to why they might be useful. –  Arkamis Sep 2 '12 at 13:20

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