PDF solutions manual for Math31A and Chem14A

<p>I just recently found out about electronic solutions manuals for classes. do math31a and chem14a have these? </p>

<p>how do I get these (I'm assuming they're a lot cheaper)?</p>

<p>you can check ebay, or half.com. usually they will say something like "this is a CD of the manual, not the actual book" in the description. or if you're feeling a bit daring you can check on peer to peer applications and bittorrent. :p</p>

<p>they have them on p2p and bit torrent? Oh wow.</p>

<p>anyone have the electronic manual they wanna share? ;)</p>

<p>dc++ at ucla?</p>

<p>well i'm not sure. i'd assume so. P2P has everything :p</p>

<p>If you do find these solutions manuals, please don't copy the solution word by word. Alot of solutions manuals have typos and and math mistakes.</p>

<p>copy? who does that? solution manuals are for checking your answers. :rolleyes:</p>

<p>Yep that's right :D</p>

<p>what is dc++?</p>

<p>let's share people!</p>

<p>I have the pdf files for 31A-32B. Really hard time finding it, but I guess I'll share if people are nice .. :)</p>

<p>dc++ is a P2P program.
I prefer bitorrent though. you can find anything with torrents haha</p>

<p>Cha Siu Bao? Will you share with me please? :) I appreciate it. </p>

<p>I think I'm nice ;)</p>

<p>cha siu bao, hook up a fellow chinese food lover :)</p>

<p>lol. (ten words)</p>

<p>darn, I can't used DC++ because it's for windows only.</p>

<p>Mac DC++ Is Here, I Think It Works Because I Know Some Mac People Use it Up here in Berkeley:</p>

<p><a href="http://sourceforge.net/projects/macdcpp/%5B/url%5D"&gt;http://sourceforge.net/projects/macdcpp/&lt;/a&gt;&lt;/p>

<p>I go to that link and click "download" but it takes me to a site that says that no downloads are currently available. is this client specifically for college solutions manuals? lol...</p>

<p><a href="http://bcs.whfreeman.com/chemicalprinciples3e/pages/bcs-main.asp?v=category&s=00150&n=99000&i=99150.01&o=%7C00510%7C00520%7C00550%7C00560%7C00570%7C00580%7C00590%7C00PRS%7C00010%7C00020%7C00030%7C00040%7C00050%7C00060%7C00080%7C00090%7C00100%7C00110%7C00120%7C00130%7C00140%7C00150%7C00160%7C00170%7C00180%7C00000%7C01000%7C02000%7C03000%7C04000%7C05000%7C06000%7C07000%7C08000%7C09000%7C10000%7C11000%7C12000%7C13000%7C14000%7C15000%7C16000%7C17000%7C18000%7C19000%7C99000%7C"&gt;http://bcs.whfreeman.com/chemicalprinciples3e/pages/bcs-main.asp?v=category&s=00150&n=99000&i=99150.01&o=|00510|00520|00550|00560|00570|00580|00590|00PRS|00010|00020|00030|00040|00050|00060|00080|00090|00100|00110|00120|00130|00140|00150|00160|00170|00180|00000|01000|02000|03000|04000|05000|06000|07000|08000|09000|10000|11000|12000|13000|14000|15000|16000|17000|18000|19000|99000|&lt;/a&gt;&lt;/p>

<p>Those are the odd ones for Chem14A.. though I'm not quite sure if the solutions manual contains both odd and even</p>

<p>Thanks Ookla! I appreciate your help. </p>

<p>how do you find these anyways?
I'm now looking for math31a.</p>

<p>I found that site by chance while browsing/shopping for books.. a reviewer for the study guide said that the solutions were available on the publisher website.</p>

<p>But the solutions manual does contain a study guide which is 245 pages.. the rest of the book (524 pages) is what is contained in all those .pdf files (there are no even solutions). I ended up buying the book because I'd rather have the study guide than not.</p>

<p>I can never find good hubs...
but <a href="http://www.hublist.org/%5B/url%5D"&gt;http://www.hublist.org/&lt;/a> helps.</p>