Hello! This isn't exactly a maths problem but I did not know where else to post and I am in a bit of a fix! I'm taking Calculus after a very long hiatus from anything to do with mathematics and I'm finding the going quite hard. I'm was actually freaking out three weeks ago (when the course started) and now I'm just very worried. We are using Thomas' Calculus 11th (International) Edition and it is, frankly, a little hard to understand. Probably because I hardly remember anything, not to mention, I didn't really know it very well in the first place - probably why I forgot it all. A few days before my course started I started looking at my high school - no - my middle school textbook and I was stumped at factorisation. I just did NOT know what factorising was. But I digress. To cut to the chase, I tried to order the "Student's Solutions Manual (Part One) I needed to (hopefully) pass this course. I tried ordering from the Pearson Addison-Wesley website but for some reason I got an error. I e-mailed them and waited for a few days. When they e-mailed me back they said that could not ship to where I live (probably a good place to mention that I don't live in the united states). So here's my cry of help! Does anyone have this book? And if you do, could I e-mail you when I get stuck and ask you for the solution? I know it's asking a lot, but I'm really grasping at straws now. I would appreciate the help. If I had money, I'd use MailBoxesEtc but.. I don't. I'm not sure if I could have afforded to buy it online - and shipping is terribly expensive. Oh well. And though I'm not sure if such a thing exists, if anyone has a pdf, an electronic version they can send me, I would be extremely grateful! Thanks for reading.