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Does anyone use Physics by Saxon for AP Physics B?

Jman2306Jman2306 Registered User Posts: 2,489 Senior Member
edited August 2007 in AP Tests Preparation
My class uses this book, but it's really old (1993). The district pays for Serway and Faughn (sp?), but my teacher chooses to use this one. It's all black and white and weirdly organized. I don't know if I should trust it. lol

Do you think I should buy a different physics book to study from?
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