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I tried @schoolsolver multiple times and I couldn't get it to work.
Also hate when they use different notation than the book does.
I'd say it's worth it though, especially if you use if for solution to multiple texts.
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I found this and while I did(very happily) find my solution manual, there's a free trial period so I'm assuming you need to pay for access. I'm still in my first semester as an engineering student but I don't want a repeat of my past where I took it lightly and ended up having to struggle between pass and fail. What we did was one person bought the account and then charge others in his class for the pw. Just know it's not going to solve world hunger.
I'm taking Electric circuit, Static and Calculus as my main core this semester. On another note, try to find the solutions guides, they are out there... And do join the IEEE Student Branch at your college if you have one (which you certainly should). Over the years I've had 3 tutors from IEEE, 1 for Chem, 1 for calc, and 1 for electric circuits.
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