Students can find answers to questions in the Holt "Geometry" textbook at sites such as Slader or HotMath. These websites offer answers to the problems in many popular textbooks. Slader is a free resource, and HotMath requires a paid subscription for unlimited access to solutions and other resources. On either website, users simply click on the image of a particular textbook to find the solutions for that book.
Slader identifies itself as a sort of online study group and place for enthusiasts and students to share knowledge. The website features millions of solutions to problems found in the most popular textbooks in the United States. The solutions are not provided by the publishers of the textbooks, but by the public. Anyone can contribute solutions, which are viewed and rated by the Slader community. Slader also offers a platform for live tutoring and a question-and-answer platform where nontextbook questions can be asked and answered. Although the site is free to use, a paid upgrade is available, which allows the use of the site ad-free.
HotMath answers are provided by math teachers and professors. The website features step-by-step answers to textbook problems, math videos, and online tutoring. In addition, HotMath offers graphing-calculator tutorials, learning activities and math games.