Wrong answers to problems in "Introduction to Electric Circuits, 8th Ed"

by AbbeAbyss
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Nov14-12, 12:58 PM
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I'm studying electric circuit analysis on my own using "Introduction to Electric Circuits, 8th Ed, International Student Version" by Dorf and Svoboda (ISBN 978-0-470-55302-2 to avoid any confusion) and it seems like every other problem I try to solve has an incorrect answer in the book.

If anyone has used this book for studying, did you experience this too or is it just that I happen to have the misfortune to choose the problems with incorrect answers for the most part? (or, do I simply suck at circuits!? LOL)
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