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About this book

  • Publisher:
    Big Ideas Learning
  • Author:
    Larson, Boswell
  • ISBN:
    9781608408399
  • ISBN10:
    1608408396
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Mathleaks has authored solutions for the math textbook Geometry from Big Ideas Learning. Through the Mathleaks app or a web browser, every student can read pedagogical solutions to every exercise in the Big Ideas Math Geometry textbook. Each textbook solution includes a hint and an answer so that learners may challenge themselves before reading the solution. Using Mathleaks is like having a private tutor in your pocket, available whenever you need it. Each solution has been written by an experienced math teacher, thereby helping every student gain a deeper knowledge of the material. The textbook solutions by Mathleaks are different from what a graphing calculator or a math solver provides, as each solution is approached uniquely. Every solution is customized to directly teach how to solve the problem that is given. By using Mathleaks, parents and students can access reliable and affordable help with homework. The textbook’s ISBN is 9781608408399 and was co-authored by Laurie Boswell and Ron Larson. The textbook covers the Common Core Standards for Geometry. Chapters include the basics of geometry, reasoning and proofs, parallel and perpendicular lines, transformations, congruent triangles, relationships within triangles, quadrilaterals and other polygons, similarity, right triangles and trigonometry, circles, circumference, area and volume, and probability.

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