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    Big Ideas Learning
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    Ron Larson and Laurie Boswell
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Authored by Ron Larson and Laurie Boswell, published by Big Ideas Learning in 2019, and assigned the ISBN 9781642086294, Big Ideas Math: Modeling Real Life for Grade 7 students covers the second year of the Common Core Curriculum for Pre-Algebra. It encompasses all standards for 7th grade students following the traditional pathway. The chapters of this textbook include Adding and Subtracting Rational Numbers, Multiplying and Dividing Rational Numbers, Expressions, Equations and Inequalities, Ratios and Proportions, Percents, Probability, Statistics, Geometric Shapes, and Surface Area and Volume. Students who use Mathleaks have access to solutions that have been pedagogically written and include both answers and hints for every exercise in their Big Ideas Math textbook. All solutions found on the Mathleaks website were written and proofread by experts in mathematics. Mathleaks is an economical and educational textbook solution and math study app that will help guide students to a higher understanding and firm grasp of their math studies. Mathleaks explains each exercise from the textbooks using a detailed approach so that students of all levels have the ability to learn and apply the methods that are being taught. This is unlike any graphing calculator or other online math solvers that students might have previously been using. The comprehensive approach paired with the step-by-step explanations help students solve every math problem that comes their way. Mathleaks is here to assist students and their families that need help with math homework given in the context of traditional classroom study or remote learning.