Comments: Used - Good Hardcover. TEXTBOOK ONLY 7th Edition May contain highlighting/underlining/notes/etc. May have used stickers on cover. Ships same or next day. Expedited shipping takes 2-3 business days; standard shipping takes 4-14 business days.
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Juliet Brosing is the author of 'Physics of Everyday Phenomena', published 2011 under ISBN 9780073512204 and ISBN 0073512206.
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