Physics for scientists & engineers by serway 6th edition

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In summary, the person is working on reviewing problems from a large book for a test and is looking for a list of problems to help save time. They are currently only doing chapters 1-14 but would like to do more in the future. The conversation also includes a mention of how long it has been since the person was in high school and how long they have been using the platform where the conversation took place.
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I'm working with this huge book trying to review some problems so I can take a test. So far (I'm on chapter 7) I've just been doing the odd problems but sometimes that can be a pain because there's at least 25-30 per chapter and they take a long time to do sometimes. So I was wondering if anyone has a 'problem set' list that they used during their class with this book. It's not a big deal, but it would help cut down some of the time that it takes to go through a chapter. Surprisingly, there's nothing posted on any university's website listing the problems they do for the class.

At the moment I'm only doing Chapters 1 - 14 or so but later chapters would be helpful too. I'm just looking to do some of basic 1st semester problems to make sure that I understand the concepts.
 
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jesuslovesu said:
I'm just looking to do some of basic 1st semester problems to make sure that I understand the concepts.
It is unclear why you are choosing to do this. It would be useful to know
 
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hutchphd said:
It is unclear why you are choosing to do this. It would be useful to know
I hadn't yet entered high school (10-12) when this post was made. It's been over a decade since I left HS. Crazy to think PF was around then.

But, Jesuslovesu hasn't been active in nearly ten years.
 
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If you think that's crazy I can top it: I've been on the planet for the alotted 3 score and 10 years. Now that's totally insane !
 

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