WHO SAY MATH DOES NOT PAY?
We’re looking for enthusiastic, talented, advanced Undergraduate, Graduate and post-graduate science students to solve math problems for our next book.
This is a college-level Math text book. Subjects range from simple Calculus, Linear Algebra, Differential Equations, Probability and Statistics.
If you are interested in this
part-time opportunity, first click here
to access the chapters of our next book and then select 3 available sections that you are interesting in working on. Each section contains between 100 and 200 problems. If you are selected for this opportunity, we will contact you with details on how to access the problems that you have been assigned. You will be paid for every typeset page you submit
provided you meet the deadlines assigned to you.
UPLOAD YOUR SOLUTIONS AND GET PAID
WORK FROM YOUR HOME
To apply for this exciting opportunity please send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org with the following information:
1. A brief description of your math / science background qualifying you to solve these math problems.
2. Your curriculum vitae / resume as an e-mail attachment.
3. The sections of the book you are most interested in solving.
4. A brief explanation of why we should select you, including your experience with LaTeX.
5. Your mailing address (so we can mail you the checks when you upload your solutions).
You must have access to an e-mail account and submit your solutions typeset in LaTeX. If you decide to participate and submit your solutions in a format other than LaTeX, we will deduct a portion of the per-page fee.
DEADLINE FOR ALL APPLICATIONS IS AUGUST 15, 2003
INTERVIEWS WILL BE HELD IN MUMBAI IN MID AUGUST
HERE TO APPLY
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