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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
  • ISBN:
    9780076619047
  • Course:
    Pre-Algebra
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Glencoe Math: Course 3, Volume 2 is the second and final book from the McGraw Hill Education grade 8 Pre-Algebra book series. It is used in the United States and is aligned with the second half of the Common Core Curriculum for 8th grade students following the traditional pathway for Pre-Algebra. The text was published in 2012, authored by Carter, Cuevas, Day, Malloy, Kersaint, Luchin, McClain, Molix-Bailey, Price, Reynosa, Silbey, Vielhaber, and Willard, and has an ISBN of 9780076619047. The textbook contains chapters that are entitled: Triangles and the Pythagorean Theorem, Transformations, Congruence and Similarity, Volume and Surface Area, and Scatter Plots and Data Analysis. Using Mathleaks, every student studying from the Glencoe Math: Course 3 textbooks can access highly educational textbook solutions to every exercise. Mathleaks’ solutions are written and proofread by experts in the field of math and are of the greatest quality. Each solution also contains a hint and an answer which makes it possible for students to try things for themselves before reading the solution and check their work when they are finished. This is very different from other online graphing calculators or math solvers as it emphasizes a deeper level of learning rather than just memorizing calculations, procedures, or formulas. When using Mathleaks, families have access to an economical option that is always available to help out with a student’s math homework needs, similar to having a private tutor but always in their pocket.

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