Jon Rogawski Calculus Solution Manual

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Multivariable Calculus Student Solutions Manual – Jon Rogawski?

I have the 2008 edition of Calculus: Early Transcendentals by Jon Rogawski and the Single Variable Student Sol Manual. Yet, the solutions manual only goes up to chapter 11. Does anyone know if the Multivariable Calculus Student Solutions Manual correlates to chapters 12-14? I know there is a separate Multivariable Calculus book by Rogawski and I wonder if the problems would be the same.. Thank you!

Yes to both, I ran into the same problem.

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