They give the answers (not solutions) to the odd-numbered problems, which I think is normal for first year texts. Anyway, it's an excellent book, so get it anyway. You shouldn't be bothered getting an old edition that suites your pocket.
I have an old one, from the 70's, and it's one book. I have "Physics" and not "Fundamental...". My doesn't seem to be the same as this one on amazon: https://www.amazon.com/dp/0201565188/?tag=pfamazon01-20&tag=pfamazon01-20
because mine only has about 800 pages, whereas that one has 1000 plus, and ludicrously expensive!!!! They don't seem to list the book I have.
EDIT: the newer one is basically the same as the older one I have, just one or two more chapters, space motion and some other wave topic, radiation I think, and some extra notes. I wouldn't be bothered getting the old one I linked above, the omitted chapters are not important.