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does anyone have a solution manual for the book real mathematical analysis by charles chapman pugh?

I'm recently solving it's problems for preparing in an exam, but I want to know If my solutions are correct or they might have a flaw. I'd really appreciate your help.

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If a cursory Google search doesn't turn anything up, then I doubt that such a thing exists -- this is pretty typical. A similar book that does have a solution manual is Spivak's Calculus. –  Dylan Moreland Feb 5 '12 at 17:40
Shh. I guess many professors don't like students to have solution manuals. Just a guess... –  Tim Feb 5 '12 at 17:48
well, a google search showed me there is one in here: mwfiles.net/jpyU5os6bW but since I'm from Iran, the site wouldn't open the link for me to download it. can anyone download it and upload in another site so that I could download? –  Goodarz Mehr Feb 5 '12 at 17:56
I didn't close it, by the way. –  Tim Feb 5 '12 at 17:56
@goodarzmehr: Besides all this being just illegal, that site is not good. It will ask you for something and you are not granted to get it. –  Jon Feb 5 '12 at 18:52

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