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Edit: Ebook found

Hi guys, do any of you have access to a pdf version of this textbook?

https://www.cengage.com/c/essentials-of-abnormal-psychology-8e-durand/9781337619370/

**ISBN-10:**9781337619370**ISBN-13:**978-1337619370**ASIN:**133761937X

Thanks all!

Title: Chemistry: An Atoms First Approach 3rd Edition

ISBN-13: 978-0-357-36336-2

Hello,

This post is an announcement of forming a collaborative group for solving problems related to Automata, Languages, and Complexity, which are usually at an introductory theory of computation undergrad course.

The focus is on solving problems not reading for the first time. We hope members share their insights, approaches, and strategies together. Sharing even partial progress is welcomed as others might contribute upon it.

As we believe everyone's time is limited, The group will take a week-based iterative approach for communication, So that you don't need to check new messages every 5 minutes.

This is an excellent chance for members interested in theoretical computer science to form new connections and friendships, Especially that we will be challenging everyone's skills by tackling non-trivial problems.

A seemingly good candidate for the problem set is Du & Ko's book Problem Solving in Automata, Languages, and Complexity, who authored Theory of Computational Complexity as well.

The only requirement is basic mathematical maturity and a familiarity with Sipser's introduction. Members coming from pure math background are welcomed, but they will be asked to self-study the materials on their own.

If you are interested send me a direct message here on reddit. All feedbacks are welcomed.

Here's how it looks since the normal version is most known: https://www.cengage.com/c/exploring-art-a-global-thematic-approach-revised-5e-lazzari/9781337709910/?searchIsbn=9781337709910

Title: Chemistry and Atoms first approach 3rd edition:

ISBN - 9780357363454

Link: https://www.cengage.com/c/chemistry-an-atoms-first-approach-3e-zumdahl/9780357363362PF/

Title: Student Solutions Manual (for 3rd edition):

ISBN - 9780357363591)

Hey guys I really need this book super soon!

Chemistry: An Atoms First Approach | 3rd Edition |

Steven S. Zumdahl/Susan A. Zumdahl/Donald J. DeCoste

ISBN: 9780357363614

thank you(im looking for it free)!

This is the E book

Vodnik, Sasha. *HTML5 and CSS3 Complete*. Second edition, Cengage Learning, 2016.

**ISBN-13:** 978-1305394049

**ISBN-10:** 1305394046

https://www.amazon.com/HTML5-Illustrated-Complete-Sasha-Vodnik/dp/1305394046/

Looking for a PDF for a Kindle.

looking for a certain book for my class. the idea of lying for books for the next four years is driving me away from. i don’t have money, and am still looking for books, if you’re able to send it for free i would really appreciate it.

the book looks like this:

thank you for all your help.

dr. enderle emailed this long list of books, online stuff, & manuals we need for che2a.

he said:

“OWLv2: If you opt-out of EA, it is $105 on Cengage.com website. $165 on Cengage website for the eText and OWLv2 bundled together. Different time periods are available from 4 to 24 months (costs vary based on time period). Remember that the OWLv2 program must match to the correct Zumdahl text and correct version or it will not work.”

if i continue being opted out, should i get the $165 deal w the online textbook and the online homework system OWLv2? or should i just do the $105 option? i feel like with all the other textbooks i need to buy, i’ll

also, should i buy a lab coat and goggles for the first week? i’ve heard mixed things. idk if i need it rn?

is the 2a student lab manual the book in the lower level of the bookstore that has the copy pages? do i even need these books like the enderle readers before class?

Hello! Does anyone have a PDf copy or a link where I can get this book for free? Thank you!

Author: **Thomas Nechyba**

ISBN: 9781305115941

Publisher: Cengage

https://www.cengage.com/c/microeconomics-an-intuitive-approach-2e-nechyba/9781305115941/

Hello! Does anyone have a PDf copy or a link where I can get this book for free? Thank you!

Author: **Thomas Nechyba**

ISBN: 9781305115941

Publisher: Cengage

https://www.cengage.com/c/microeconomics-an-intuitive-approach-2e-nechyba/9781305115941/

The SAGE Encyclopedia of Theory in Counseling and Psychotherapy, by Edward S. Neukrug

Published By: SAGE

**ISBN-10:** 1483346498

**ISBN-13:** 9781483346496

1280 Pages | eBook

Link to book reference

Any help is much appreciated! You would be helping out a whole bunch of people here! Thank you!

Hello there!

I'm an ESL teacher and last week I was looking for texts so my students can see the use of certain tenses. After a quick Google search I found this unit and I loved how it's structured:

https://ngl.cengage.com/assets/downloads/grex_pro0000000538/grex1_su3.pdf

I could find other two units, but I don't know what's the book and I can't get to the site to see if they have information about the book. By its looks it may be an old edition, so a more recent could work as well.

If not, I'd like to know good websites to get texts, not reading comprehension activities, just notes, news, tales and so to practice with them.

I'll be really thankful if you could help me.

These recordings were made to accommodate students over the past year due to COVID-19. They follow Larson Calculus, 11e. They're not going to replace Gilbert Strang but they are designed for small consumption of specific topics and have segmented example sections for easy browsing.

## Calculus I

- Limits and Their Properties
- Differentiation
- Applications of Differentiation
- Integration
- Calculus of Transcendental Functions

## Calculus II

- Applications of Integration
- Techniques of Integration
- Sequences and Series
- Conics, Parametric Equations, and Polar Coordinates

## Calculus III

- Vectors and the Geometry of Space
- Vector-Valued Functions
- Functions of Several Variables
- Multiple Integration

Some additional notes:

- The intended audience is a lower-tier university. As such, underlying theory is often discussed but not rigorously pursued.
- The order of recording, chronologically, is III->I->II. The production quality reflects this.
- I uploaded at 720p because my upload connection was terrible. If there's a compelling need, they can be remastered and reuploaded.

I thought I'd post this given the proposed change on self-promotion by the new moderation staff. I don't really consider this "self-promotion" because I'm not exactly trying to grow my YouTube channel. I thought this effort might be useful to someone out there.

Looking for this book; https://www.cengage.com/c/mis-10e-bidgoli/9780357418697PF/

If anyone has it, please let me know :)

In an exercise in Epp’s Discrete Math book, we are asked to (a) find all functions from {0,1} to {1} and (b) find two relations from {0,1} to {1} that are not functions. For part (a) It’s pretty clear that the function is {0,1} X {1} = {(0,1),(1,1)} and that is the answer provided by the book. For part (b) the book gives {(0,1)},{(1,1)} as the answer. It’s clear that {(0,1)} and {(1,1)} are indeed two relations but I can’t convince myself that they are not functions. The best I’ve been able to do is to tell myself neither maps the *entire* domain to the co-domain on their own. Any ideas? I’m reading too much into the problem I think.