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I am planning to use OpenStax Physics for my algebra-based College Physics Course beginning in the fall of 2017. I am reviewing the book and associated materials. In particular, I am curious if instructors have used WebAssign or one of the other partner resources for web-based homework.
Until now, I have been using the textbook by Knight, with Mastering Physics.
If anyone has used web-based homework with OpenStax Physics, I would be very interested in pros and cons.
Jeanette Eggert, Concordia University, Portland, Oregon
Hi Jeanette & all,
Our department is also preparing to adopt College Physics by OpenStax for our algebra-based physics PH101+PHY102 starting Fall 17.
I cannot find a list of answers to the end-of-the-chapter problems. We were using Serway & Vuille, and you can traditionally find the answers to the odd-numbered problems at the end of the book. I was hoping OpenStax version would be similar...
Does anybody know where to find a list of asnwers for even or odd-numbered problems (or both)? I don't mean the solutions step-by-step (that's in the instruction manual), I mean just the final answer, really. We usually provide the students with those final answers.
Thanks so much,
Suffolk County Community College, NY