• Online Textbooks and Solution Manuals for Math 1, Math 2, and Math 3

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    Students using the Math 1, Math 2, and Math 3 textbooks have access to electronic textbooks and solution manuals through the online systems of the publisher, Pearson Education. 

    If you have any trouble following these instructions and accessing these systems, ask your math teacher for help.

    Electronic textbooks (from a web browser)

    These instructions are updated for 2017-2018.

    To access the electronic textbook for Math 1, Math 2, or Math 3, go to PearsonRealize.com. You are already signed up for an account, so click on "Sign In" then follow the instructions.

    For most students, the username is your Google account address (username@lexingtonma.org) and the password is your Google account password.

    For a few students, that username was unavailable so we needed to use the ending ".orgx" instead of ".org". If you can't get in using ".org" try again with ".orgx".

    If you've forgotten your Google username and password, your Dean's secretary can look it up for you. If you have your username and password but can't log in, see your teacher for help. For any other difficulties with the system, go to Support.PearsonSchool.com.

    Electronic textbooks (apps for iPad and Android)

    If you have an iPad or Android tablet, there's a free app that provides an alternate way to access your eText. Install the app "Pearson eText for Schools" from the iTunes Store or Google Play. Before using the app, you must have logged into the web browser version of the electronic textbook at least once. Then you can use the same username and password to log into the app.

    Solution manuals

    The solution manuals are available on a different web site from the textbooks themselves. Here are the steps for accessing the solution manuals:

    • Follow this link: http://www.pearsoncustom.com/ma/lexingtonCME/protected1/solman.php
    • Use this username: lexingtoncme
    • Use the password which you can get from your math teacher. (Also it's posted on the door of the Math Department Head office, room 711.)
    • If the username/password combination doesn't work, e-mail your math teacher to report the problem. Sometimes the account gets locked and needs to be reset.