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I had to skip around because a lot of the homework included subjects we haven't fully covered! Also, if you read through the textbook, you'll be able to understand the processes needed for the problems we haven't gone over in class!
Like everyone else said, I also had to jump around the 6th edition to find problems that related to the lecture order. However, if you read or skim through the chapter then it isn't too hard to do the earlier homework problems on work, etc.
If you read the section before you start answering the questions, you should be able to do most of the homework by following the format of the examples given. Dr. Lavelle is going a bit out of order for this unit so I would pick something we've already covered (like Hess's Law) and start with that.
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