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    Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
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    Kanold, Burger, Dixon, Larson, Leinwand
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Mathleaks has written pedagogical textbook solutions to the Geometry textbook from the publisher Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. Using Mathleaks, students can look up educational textbook solutions to every exercise in the textbook. Unlike using only graphing calculators or math calculators, Mathleaks explains each exercise in addition to graphs and calculations. Our solution puts each exercise in context. Using Mathleaks, families have access to the best and most affordable homework helper app on the AppStore. The textbook was published in 2015, has an ISBN of 9780544385818, and was written by Burger, Kanold, Larson, Dixon, and Leinwand. The textbook follows the Common Core Curriculum and its chapters covers topics such as geometry tools, symmetry and transformations, congruent figures, lines and angles, triangle congruence criteria, properties of quadrilaterals, coordinate proofs using slope and distance, trigonometry with right triangles, angles and segments in circles, arc length and sector area, equations of circles and parabolas, volume formulas, visualizing solids, introduction to probability, and independence of events. In addition to solutions, students also have access to hints and answers to each exercise, which encourages students first to try solving the exercises on their own before checking the solution. Mathleaks is like a student’s very own private tutor that gives just the right amount of help at the moment a student needs it.