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The Solutions Manual

lolitaraverlolitaraver Registered User Posts: 4 New Member
2 of the books I need for classes have a solutions manual that you can buy--for Math 17B and Chem 2AH. Do having these help a lot? Do a lot of people actually get these?
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Replies to: The Solutions Manual

  • Cali TrumpetCali Trumpet Registered User Posts: 1,607 Senior Member
    It depends on the person. If you see yourself doing extra homework problems to get a firm understanding, you should probably buy the solution manual. If you do not see yourself spending extra time on homework, I'd say buying the solution manual is a waste of money.

    For what it is worth, I bought it for Calc and ended up not using it much.
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