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About this book

  • Publisher:
    Big Ideas Learning
  • Author:
    Ron Larson and Laurie Boswell
  • ISBN:
    9781635981414
  • ISBN10:
    1635981417
  • Course:
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Mathleaks is the ultimate homework helper app, used students all over Sweden and the United States. Using Mathleaks, students in high school can read pedagogically written textbook solutions for the Algebra 2 textbook from Big Ideas Learning which was written to follow the state curriculum of Virginia. 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 9781635981414, was co-written by Dr. Laurie Boswell and Dr. Ron Larson, and was published in 2014. The chapters include content on linear and quadratic functions, quadratic equations and complex numbers, polynomial functions, rational exponents, radical functions, exponential functions and logarithmic functions, sequences and series, trigonometric ratios and functions, probability and data analysis, and statistics. Every solution was written by an experienced math teacher, and their custom solutions help students gain a deeper knowledge of the material. When compared to a math calculator or a graphing calculator Mathleaks has a different approach, as each solution is tailored to fit each given exercise. 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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