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Glencoe Algebra 1 from McGraw Hill has an ISBN 9780079039897. It was co-authored by Carter, Cuevas, Day, and Malloy in 2017. It follows the guidelines of the Common Core Curriculum and follows all math standards. This book’s chapters include subject matter on expressions and functions, linear equations, linear and nonlinear functions, equations of linear functions, linear inequalities, systems of linear equations and inequalities, exponents and exponential functions, polynomials, quadratic functions and equations, and statistics. All of the textbook solutions offered by Mathleaks are created and proofread by math teachers to help every student understand the material, not just memorize it. This is different from using an online graphing calculator, math calculator, or math solver. Because learning is at the core of Mathleaks, all solutions have guides and explanations to solving the problem - not just giving an answer without the method behind it. By using Mathleaks, families have access to easily available help when a student gets stuck on their homework. Using Mathleaks students get educational solutions to all exercises in their textbook. This includes hints and answers, which help students solve their problems themselves before looking at the answer. Using Mathleaks is like having an always-accessible private tutor. Plus, it is affordable and easy to use.

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