Comments: Cover is detached from the binding. Excessive wear to cover, corners, and edges. Large portions of cardboard are exposed or missing entirely on corners/edges/spine. Rips and tears on edges of pages and binding. Binding still intact and strong, and all pages are present and usable. HARDCOVER. Black-out marks on edges of pages. School markings/highlighting throughout book, but do not impair usability.
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Publication Date: 2003
Publisher: Freeman & Company, W. H.
Tipler, Paul A., Mosca, Gene P.
This is an extensively revised edition of Paul Tipler's standard text for calculus-based introductory physics courses. It includes entirely new artwork, updated examples and new pedagogical features. There is also an online instructor's resource manual to support the text.Tipler, Paul A. is the author of 'Physics for Scientists and Engineers Standard Version', published 2003 under ISBN 9780716783398 and ISBN 0716783398.
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