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Big Ideas Math Algebra 1 Virginia Edition is a textbook from Big Ideas Math. The ISBN is 9781635981230. The Virginia Edition of Big Ideas Math Algebra 1 covers all topics in the Algebra 1 curriculum, following the common core. The chapters included in the textbook are on solving linear equations, solving linear inequalities, functions, graphing linear functions, writing linear equations, solving systems of linear equations, polynomials, factoring polynomials, graphing quadratic equations, and solving quadratic equations. The authors of the textbook are Larson and Boswell. With pedagogical and highly educational solutions written by licensed math educators, students get hints and explanations to gain a thorough understanding of the material in the textbook. Mathleaks is like having a private tutor in your home that is available whenever math help is needed. As educational and affordable homework help that is focused on quality, parents and students can get help both in a traditional classroom setting and with remote learning. Mathleaks is better than an online calculator, a graphing calculator, or a math solver. It has thorough explanations, theories, and methodology for every solution and problem in the book. With a focus on teaching the methodology behind math and an emphasis on students learning rather than just memorizing, students are given a way to deeper understanding of the material by using Mathleaks.

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