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About this book

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    CPM Educational Program
  • Author:
    Brian Hoey, Judy Kysh, Leslie Dietike
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  • Course:
    Integrated II
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The Core Connections Integrated II textbook was published in 2015 by the publisher College Preparatory Mathematics (CPM) and has an ISBN of 9781603283489. Using Mathleaks, students have the opportunity for CPM homework help. We have authored pedagogical solutions to every exercise found in the Review & Preview sections of the Integrated II Core Connections book. This allows parents to give their kids much-needed help with their math homework whenever it is needed, whether as a supplement to traditional classroom learning or with distance learning. Every solution in Mathleaks has been written and proofread by a math educator. This allows for different and more thorough explanations than when compared to using an online math calculator or a graphing calculator, as we write a unique solution to each exercise in the textbook. With step-by-step instruction and a focus on theory and learning, Mathleaks is the perfect supplement to learning math. The textbook follows the Common Core Curriculum State Standards (CCSS) for the integrated pathway and contains the following chapters: exploring algebraic and geometric relationships, justification and similarity, probability and trigonometry, factoring and more trigonometry, quadratic functions, more right triangles, proof and conditional probability, polygons and circles, modeling with functions, circles and more, solids, and counting.