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Anyone knows where I can find an errata (or any related material, such as solution sheets, etc) for this book? Thanks.

Note: This is not a physics question, but this book is so popular among physicists that I can't think of anyone else better to answer it.

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closed as too localized by dmckee May 31 '11 at 12:05

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My feeling is that this is Too Localized, but I will leave it open for a while as a Community Wiki. Now would be a good time to weigh in, folks. – dmckee May 29 '11 at 23:46