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    Big Ideas Learning
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    Larson, Boswell
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Mathleaks is the ultimate homework helper app, loved by students across Sweden and the United States. Using Mathleaks, students in Algebra 2 can have access to pedagogically written textbook solutions for all textbooks created by Big Ideas Learning. Each textbook solution also includes a hint and an answer, giving students an opportunity to challenge themselves before checking their solutions. The textbook has an ISBN of 9781608408160, was co-written by Dr. Boswell and Dr. Larson, and was published in 2015. The book follows the standardized state curriculum in Texas for Algebra 2. The chapter titles are Linear Functions, Solving Systems of Equations and Inequalities, Quadratic Functions, Quadratic Equations and Complex Numbers, Polynomial Functions, Rational Exponents and Radical Expressions, Exponential and Logarithmic Functions, and Rational Functions. Every solution was written and proofread by an experienced math professional. Their custom solutions help students gain a deeper knowledge of the material. When compared to other online calculators or math solvers, Mathleaks has a unique approach. Each solution contains a customized, detailed, step-by-step solution. With Mathleaks, parents can get much-needed help when assisting their students with homework, either in a classroom setting or when doing remote learning.

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