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December 11, 1979 - Image 24

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The Michigan Daily, 1979-12-11
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ANTICIPATE A HEAVY DEMAN
USED COPIES OF THE FOL.LOI
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PUBL LIST WE PAY
TITLE PRICE GOOD USED
Elementary Linear Algebra 2nd '77 16.50 8.75
Biology '79 17.95 9.50
Mathematics for Biological Sciences '79 19.95 10.50
A Guide to Physical Examination 2nd '79 24.75 13.00
Cases in Marketing Management '78 16.95 9.00
National Experience Vol. I 10.95 6.00
National Experience, Vol. II 10.95 6.00
Elementary Differential Equations 3rd '77 18.95 10.00
Psychology Today 4th '79 16.95 9.00
TV and Radio 5th '78 16.95 9.00
Production & Operations Management 2nd '77 17.50 9.25
Introduction to Programming 3rd '79 17.95 9.50
Introduction to Logic 5th '78 15.95 8.50
Intro, to Mechanics of Solids 2nd '78 with S.I. units. 22.50 12.00
Law Every Nurse Should Know 12.00 6.50
Fundamentals of Accounting 5th '75 17.95 9.50
Macroeconomics '78 15.95 8.50
Moderne Deuthsche Sprachlere 2nd '74 14.95 8.00
Principles & Types of Speech Communication 8th 10.95 6.00
Aujard'Hui '76 13.95 7.50
Health Care Economics '79 18.95 10.00
Economics 2nd '76 17.95 9.50
Organizations 3rd '79 15.5Q 8.25
Engineering Graphics 19.95 11.00
Genetics 19.95 11.00
Principles of Engineering Economy 18.95 10.00
Themes et Variations '77 15.95 8.50
Fundamentals of Physics rev. '74 21.95 12.00
Stat. Analysis for Decision Making 2nd '77 16.95 9.00
Introduction to Psychology 7th '79 15.95 8.50
Advance of American Nursing '78 10.95 6.00
Into. to Dynamics (2nd printing only) '74 17.95 9.50
Exploration of the Solar System '78 16.95 9.00
Listen (with record) 2nd '76 14.95 8.00
Elements of Econometrics '71 18.95 10.00
Advanced Engineering Mathematics 4th '79 24.95 13.50
Biochemistry 2nd '75 29.95 16.00
Earth Through Timre '78 18.95 10.00
Economics 5th '78 16.95 9.00
Microeconomics 3rd '79 13.00 7.00
Designing Technical Reports '76 17.95 9.50
Epidemiology '74 17.00 9.00
Living in the Environment 2nd '79 18.95 10.00
Child Development and Personality 5th '79 15.95 8.5C
Law of Mass Communications 3rd '78- 16.00 8.50
Elements of Cartography 4th '78 18.95 .10.00
Physical Appraisal Meth. in Nursing Proct. '75 9.50 5.00
Introduction to Forestry 4th '76 17.50 9.25
Business Law 4th '77 17.95 9.50
Theory & Proct. of International Relations 5th 10.95 6.00
Basic Italian 4th '77 15.95 8.50
Adult Life '79 14.95 8.00
Fluid Mechanics 7th '79 22.50 12.00
Calculus & Analytic Geometry Alt Complete (purple cover) 21.95 12.00
Human Physiology 2nd '75 19.50 10.5
Fund. of Classical Thermodynamics with S.I. units 2nd 19.95 11 .0
Power of Calculus 3rd '79 15.95 8.5C
Curso Basico de Espanol '70 12.95 7.00
Curso Intermedio de Espanol '72 11.95 6.5C
V EDITION PENDING,. THIS WILL BE YOUR LAST CHANCE TO SELL THIS EDITION

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