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Big Ideas Math Algebra 1, 2015

Answers, hints and solutions to all chapter exercises
Chapter 1

Solving Linear Equations

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Chapter 2

Solving Linear Inequalities

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Chapter 3

Graphing Linear Functions

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Chapter 4

Writing Linear Functions

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Chapter 5

Solving Systems of Linear Equations

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Chapter 6

Exponential Functions and Sequences

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Chapter 7

Polynomial Equations and Factoring

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Chapter 8

Graphing Quadratic Functions

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Chapter 9

Solving Quadratic Equations

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Chapter 10

Radical Functions and Equations

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Chapter 11

Data Analysis and Displays

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About this book

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  • Publisher:
    Big Ideas Learning
    Author:
    Larson, Boswell
    ISBN:
    9781608408382
    ISBN10:
    1608408388
    Course:
    The textbook Algebra 1 from Big Ideas Math with ISBN 9781608408382 was written by renowned authors Dr. Ron Larson and Dr. Laurie Boswell. The textbook covers all Common Core Standards from Algebra 1. This includes solving linear equations and inequalities, graphing and writing linear functions, solving systems of linear equations, exponential functions and sequences, polynomial equations and factoring, solving quadratic and radical functions. Using Mathleaks, a student can look up pedagogical solutions to every exercise in Big Ideas Math Algebra 1. Every textbook solution also includes a hint and an answer so that students may challenge themselves to complete an exercise without having to read the solution first. Using Mathleaks is similar to having a private tutor at your fingertips. Each solution has been written and proofread by a licensed math teacher and will help each student gain a deeper understanding of the material. Mathleaks is very different from an online graphing calculator, a math calculator, or a math solver since every solution has been written with a pedagogical approach. Using Mathleaks, parents and students have access to an affordable educational homework helper service that focuses on quality. This has become very important now that schools are closed and students have moved to remote learning.
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