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A few weeks ago I bought both Genki textbooks with both workbooks (2nd Edition). I just realized that I totally forgot to purchase the answer key (this one). Do I need it, or should I go without?
Hi guys, I just got my copy of genki 3 and was wondering if there's a hard copy of the answers? I know most of them are presented as audio files but is there a printed answer sheet?
I've seen folks asking about this, since the full answer key has yet to be posted online and accessing it requires an account and whatnot. However, it seems the physical version is available on Amazon now for only $15. It covers both Genki textbooks including all audio exercises.
Must be a recent addition to Amazon US, as I was never able to find it just a few months ago. I ordered mine this week pending starting Genki II soon. If you're studying completely on your own, you will probably need it.
Does anyone have access to or know where I can get solutions to the problems in the grade 12 Nelson chem textbook?
Most of the required textbooks for my subjects don't have answers, which makes learning a bit more difficult. I was wondering if any UTS guys had any recommendations as to fill this gap? Get the recommended texts, a particular website, just take the pain?
I'm an undergraduate who's currently self-studying with an introductory graduate textbook. As such, there is less hand-holding, which I am okay with-- generally I have been able to handle most exercises, or at least have the correct intuitions.
I've read a lot that it's okay to be stumped on problems (especially when the author has not solved all of them, so they may be harder than anticipated); just move on and let them simmer for a while. However, I am still a student with an busy course load that is not designed to be compatible with self studying.
There are certain conceptual goals I'd like to reach before the start of my semester (in February), so I have a deadline, which makes it hard to see how long I should sit on a chapter or just move on. If I move on too early, I may have been able to solve the problem myself; if I move on too late, I won't reach what I wanted to in time.
Do you have any benchmarks you use?
I have Jenney's First Year Latin (1958), and the learning has been good. My major issue is that I don't know how well I'm doing in the exercises. I've been snooping around for an answer key or teacher edition in PDF, and I'm just coming up blank. Can anyone point me to a resource where I can get the answers so I can check my work?
Before anyone says anything, I have Familia Romana on PDF, and I am waiting for a hard copy to be delivered. I am using LLPSI, as well.
Hi guys, you know how there are questions in the economics textbook? Can someone please send me the answers to all of the questions in that Economics textbook? Like I’m sure it’s out there somewhere but I just can’t seem to find it and I’d really appreciate it if someone out there can just send it to me.
Every student is entitled to the knowledge of whether or not they've answered a homework problem correctly. Its literally impossible to study effectively otherwise. It grinds my gears when textbooks lack a complete answer key. I'm getting tired of this 'every odd question' bullshit. This might make sense if the odd and even-numbered questions are very similar, but they're often not. Some textbooks just exclude large swaths of answers outright (my linear algebra textbook straight up skipped 30 questions in one particular chapter). Its especially maddening if the questions are challenging.
So for Maths AA SL I've been revising using the Oxford Maths AA SL textbook and going through the exercises. The problem is, the answer sheet that is in the book has several errors as well as very unclear information in the textbook itself. I was wondering if anyone has a worked answers pdf that they can email to me for revision