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tammerstammers Registered User Posts: 110 Junior Member
for econ I was not able to find the 4th edition of the book (principals of economics) I was wondering if i bought the 3rd edition would that work too?
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  • tabsycoisttabsycoist Registered User Posts: 92 Junior Member
    I was wondering the same thing for honors chemistry. Can I stick with the 5th edition without buying the 6th?
  • astrinaastrina Registered User Posts: 3,029 Senior Member
    your professor is going to give you a much better answer than anyone on this forum can ...
  • onedayoneday Registered User Posts: 518 Member
    all my friends from chem6ah/bh/ch got the new edition. i got it too cause i figured, hey i'm going to use it for the whole entire year, why torture myself?

    (shameless advertising: i have the chem honors book plus solution manual if you are interested :D in great condition.. i had book covers and all)
  • tabsycoisttabsycoist Registered User Posts: 92 Junior Member
    What edition do you have and what are you charging?
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