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    Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
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    Kanold, Burger, Dixon, Larson, Leinwand
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Mathleaks has authored solutions for the Algebra 1 textbook published by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. Students that use Mathleaks have unlimited access to educational textbook solutions for every exercise in the textbook. Every solution also has a hint and an answer to encourage students to try solving an exercise on their own before looking at the solution. Mathleaks is like every student's very own private teacher. The solutions are written by math teachers and are of the highest quality to make sure students understand math and how to get the answer. The textbook has an ISBN of 9780544381896 and was written by Kanold, Burger, Dixon, Larson, and Leinwand. The textbook aligns to the Common Core Curriculum and includes chapters that cover algebraic models, functions and models, patterns and sequences, linear functions and inequalities, modeling equations and inequalities, systems of linear equations,piecewise-defined functions, geometric sequences and exponential functions, adding and subtracting polynomials, graphing quadratic functions, and functions and inverses. Using Mathleaks is different from online math calculators, graphing calculators, or solvers, as Mathleaks adds context and explanations to every calculation and step - something that students desperately need when trying to learn math. Using Mathleaks, families have access to a high-quality math homework helper app.