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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 2, Volume 1 is the first of two Pre-Algebra textbooks in the Glencoe Math grade 7 curriculum. The book was published by McGraw Hill Education in 2012. Through the Mathleaks app or our website, any student in the United States can find informational solutions to all of the exercises in any textbooks in the Glencoe Pre-Algebra series. In addition to pedagogical textbook solutions, students also get hints and answers to every exercise, encouraging a more in-depth learning experience. This volume of Course 2 has an ISBN of 9780076615292 and was authored by Carter, Cuevas, Day, Malloy, Kersaint, Luchin, McClain, Molix-Bailey, Price, Reynosa, Silbey, Vielhaber, and Willard. The textbook follows the Common Core State Standards (CCSS) for the traditional 7th grade pathway. The topics covered in Course 2, Volume 1 include chapters entitled Ratios and Proportional Reasoning, Percents, Integers, and Rational Numbers. The Mathleaks app is like having a private tutor in your pocket that is both economical and always there for you. All of our textbook solutions have been written and checked by a math professional. Our solutions can help any student to better understand the material on a deeper level instead of just memorizing a procedure. This is a different approach than most online graphing calculators and math solvers use as Mathleaks is committed to pedagogical education. Using Mathleaks allows families to have access to an affordable digital private math teacher that is always available to help when a student is struggling with their homework.