Academic integrity aside, there are copyright issues, so don't expect people to provide what you asked.
Amazon link 1
Amazon link 2
Customers are pretty vocal complaining about the shortcomings of these solution manuals.
Hey, so I have the solutions manual which only has the answers to the odd numbers. I know the teacher's solutions manual have all of them, anyone know any torrents or sites that list the even number ones?
My college don't have graded hws, my grade is based on 3 exams and meeting participation, I just need the answers for to check my own work. This is for the 6th edition but 5th edition will work too since i have that book also. Thanks!
Academic integrity aside, there are copyright issues, so don't expect people to provide what you asked.
Amazon link 1
Amazon link 2
Customers are pretty vocal complaining about the shortcomings of these solution manuals.
Thanks undefined,
I have the solutions to the links you provided, They are sold at my bookstore and intended for students. BUt they only have the answers to the odd numbers. My school is pretty relaxed about the whole solution manual thing since homework is almost never work a grade and if it was, it's problems the teachers made up. During the year, the prof. actually puts his copy of the solutions manual in the library reserve, but this is a summer course and a grad student is teaching it and he has no idea where the solution manual is.
Oh I wasn't aware the solutions manual was odd problems only, sorry. If you can't find a teacher's manual, other options include study groups, using Wolfram Alpha (or Mathematica or similar if you have access) to check computation, and posting questions on this forum. Also if you have a graphing calculator it probably has numerical integration on it, and possibly other useful stuff.
Edit: To add emphasis to the above: finding someone else in your class, or being part of a group of students in your class, with enough discipline to check answers against each other is probably the best really, in terms of confirmation of answers. Then if there's a discrepancy you can compare results and try to figure out who made a mistake, etc.