I hope this is the right forum to post this in. I use the homework forum bunches, because I'm taking a physical science course and we have a really bad book and a really bad professor and the people on the forum are helping me teach myself the subject. I'm trying to learn math at the same time. Before you blast me, that I don't know math, I had a head injury, and I haven't done too well since in the math area. Can't tell time, etc. It makes it hard to learn. I went to a used bookstore yesterday, hoping to get a used physics text that I can understand. Well, I found a little old teacher's edition of physics tests from 1984. I just threw it into the pile of books I was getting. Lo and behold, when I got it home, I was amazed to see that it has in it the exact tests my professor is using. My quandry: Do I put the book aside? Or use it, because all's fair in love and war and I'm at war with physics? Do I let the other people in the class look at it, even though they are mean to me and yell at me? If I don't get an A in the course, I am thrown out of the sonography program. But is it cheating to have the book? It's luck to get born with a good brain, it's luck to find that book. I didn't get the brain, but I did get the book...so it's even? I am still teaching myself physics, I have to pass a 400-question test at the end of sonography school, this is a national test I'm talking about, I'm not trying to get out of learning physics.