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Does anyone need the Physics for Scientists and Engineers book, volume 3?? Or know where I can sell it?

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i know where you can sell it....e-bay....
Ebay confused me = ( Lol I really want to sell it on there though. Are there any hints you can offer me?

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amazon? lol
hints: learn how to market products. Bending truths to advertise products usually work
Amazon is an effing rip off. You have to pay them like $30+ just to SELL your book AND they take some of your profits. I'll get this ebay thing down packed somehow
haha lol =)) i didnt know amazon operated that way
Yeaa, i dont know much about selling things, but I know how to steer away from suspicious stuff

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