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    I'm looking for some more textbook solution manuals/answers. $5 for complete 'step by step' answer, $2 if just answers (to all problems).

    Polking, Differential Equations. Second edition, Prentice Hall.
    W. D. Callister, Jr., Materials Science and Engineering: An Introduction , 7th ed., John Wiley & Sons, Inc. 2007.
    Frank M. White,Fluid Mechanics, 6th edition, McGraw-Hill, 2006.
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    Learning Diff Eq, Materials Science, and Fluid Mechanics by slogging through the problems yourself: priceless.


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    I do the problems myself, I just like to verify my final answer.

    So much for the bullshit I was told in highschool 'homework doesn't matter in college'. Well, it does matter when its 20% of your damn grade.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wanabedriver View Post
    So much for the bullshit I was told in highschool 'homework doesn't matter in college'.
    Hah, who the hell told you that? That's BS.


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    I mostly remember my math teachers telling us that. I guess they just wanted us to do the actual homework.

    Little do they know, THAT homework was copied. Line for line. It was a miracle for me to get the 5 on the BC AP test.

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