I am planning to do a lot of practice excersices in algebra over the summer vacation. We are using a textbook called "Algebra" by Mark Steinberger, and so I was looking for a solution manual for this textbook. Unfortuantely I couldn't find anything, so I will not be able to check my solutions...I know I can use another textbook that actually has the solutions, but I don't like to study from a certain textbook and then solve questions from another textbook, because the notation and style of questions might be different. And different textbooks orgainze the content in different ways, so sometimes a section at the very beginning of a textbook might be in the middle of another (so the questions might be based on a slightly different content). Also, some sections might not even be found in another textbook. So I was just wondering, is there like a website or anything where you can pay them to write up a solution manual? In other words, where did other textbooks get their solution manuals from?
Thanks in advance