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About this book

  • Publisher:
    CPM Educational Program
  • Author:
    Dietiker, Kysh, Sallee, Hoey
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  • Course:
    Integrated I
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Core Connections Integrated I was published in 2014 by CPM (which stands for College Preparatory Mathematics). It has an ISBN of 9781603283236. Using Mathleaks, students can get CPM homework help with access to our educational textbook solutions for the Review & Preview sections of Core Connections Integrated I. This allows students and families to study independently and effectively even during remote learning. The goal of the CPM course is to ensure that students in high school understand the concepts of mathematics from a basic to an advanced level, as taught in colleges and universities. In addition to our textbook solutions, students also have access to textbook answers and hints to all exercises. Every exercise contains a unique textbook solution written and proofread by a math educator. Mathleak's pedagogical approach is different when compared to solving using a math calculator or a graphing calculator, since we create a unique solution for each exercise. With Mathleaks, families can get affordable and reliable homework help throughout the school year. The book is aligned with the Common Core Curriculum State Standards (CCSS) integrated pathway, which contains content from all three courses in the traditional mathematical study pathway of Algebra 1, Geometry, and Algebra 2. The textbook has 11 chapters: functions, linear functions, transformations and solving, modeling two-variable data, sequences, systems of equations, congruence and coordinate geometry, exponential functions, inequalities, functions and data, as well as constructions.

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