Among the world’s largest social learning networks, Brainly websites and the Brainly apps bring high school and middle school students together to make learning outside the classroom highly engaging, effective and rewarding. Students connect to their peers to help strengthen their skills, from math, to science, to history and beyond. Based in Krakow, Poland, with U.S. headquarters in New York City, Brainly is currently available in 35 countries. If you’ve got a question about an assignment or class discussion, or just want to learn more about a subject, post your question and within minutes receive a clear answer from another student. If you know your stuff down cold, you can share your hard-earned knowledge by answering questions that have other students stumped. And the more you answer, the more you get, like ranks from Beginner to Genius that give you instant “street-cred.” This network is all about giving and getting the right answer, which is why top students act as moderators to ensure that only the best, most accurate information is provided. Learn more.
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