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About this book

  • Publisher:
    McGraw Hill Education
  • Author:
    Carter, Cuevas, Day, Malloy, Kersaint, Luchin, McClain, Molix-Bailey, Price, Reynosa, Silbey, Vielhaber, and Willard
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Glencoe Math: Course 1 is divided into two volumes, both of which are written for a 6th grade audience and follows the Common Core Curriculum for the traditional grade 6 Pre-Algebra pathway. Volume 1 of Course 1 was published by McGraw Hill Education in 2012 and assigned the ISBN 9780076605538, was co-authored by Carter, Cuevas, Day, Malloy, Kersaint, Luchin, McClain, Molix-Bailey, Price, Reynosa, Silbey, Vielhaber, and Willard. The chapters of this volume contain material covering Ratios and Rates, Fractions, Decimals, and Percents, Computing with Multi-Digit Numbers, Multiplying and Dividing Fractions, and Integers and the Coordinate Plane. With Mathleaks every student can access educational answers, hints, and solutions to all exercises in all of the Glencoe Pre-Algebra courses. Hints encourage students to try solving the exercises in the book themselves before reading the full solution. Mathleaks is similar to hiring a private tutor with the additional benefit of being affordable and always available. It is useful for families and students alike. Written and checked by math professionals, our textbook solutions are designed to help every student understand the material on a deeper level, not just memorize it. This is a different approach to using other available online graphing calculators or math solvers, as education and pedagogy is at the core of Mathleaks. By using Mathleaks, families have access to an affordable digital private math teacher that is always available to help out when a student struggles with their homework.