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How can I get a list of all answers in textbook?

  1. Dec 14, 2007 #1

    I was wondering if anyone know of a method in which a student can obtain the list of all answers to every question in the course textbook. What I noticed about my Chemistry text book is that they offer only answers to the odd numbered questions (which is the questions my professor assigns).

    Now I also bought the partial solutions manual, it came in a package with the textbook and it too has only answers to odd numbered problems - but shows how to do the problem! My request is if a student could somehow obtain a full list of all answers? Do any of the graduate students, or professionals know how this would be possible? Maybe you did something similar or did you all just try to do as many questions as possible and hoped it was right answer?

    If anyone wonders, I am using the book: Chemical Principles, by Steven S. Zumdahl [5th Edition].

    Thanks for the help!
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  3. Dec 16, 2007 #2


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    Textbook publishers generally make "complete" solutions manuals available only to professors or instructors who have adopted the corresponding textbook for their courses. Please note the following from the Homework Help section of the Physics Forums Global Guidelines:

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