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    CPM Educational Program
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    Dietiker, Kysh, Sallee, Hoey
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Core Connections, Algebra 1 was published by College Preparatory Mathematics (CPM), and has an ISBN of 9781603281010. Mathleaks provides every student using the textbook Core Connections Algebra 1 with pedagogical answers, hints, and solutions to every exercise in the Review & Preview sections. Using Mathleaks is a lot like having a private tutor by your side while you solve your math homework. Every single solution has been written by math teachers and aims to make sure the student understands the math, using step-by-step instruction and giving thorough explanation every step of the way. This is a different approach to online graphing calculators and math calculators, as Mathleaks actually explains the math to promote understanding. It provides reliable, affordable, and constantly available help with homework to every family who desperately needs it when trying to learn remotely, and is equally useful to those who are in a traditional classroom learning situation. The textbook was authored by Dietiker, Kysh, Sallee, Hoey and the chapters are aligned with the common core curriculum. The topics covered in the book include functions, linear relationships, exponential expressions and functions, systems of equations, sequences and modeling two-variable data, quadratic functions, solving quadratics and inequalities, and solving complex equations.