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"3D Math Primer for Graphics and Game Development" Exercise Answer(s) Question?

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Hi, I wasn't exactly sure where to post this so I apologise if this is in the wrong place. I bought the book "3D Math Primer for Graphics and Game Development" and have been going through - doing the exercises as I go + checking the answers against the answer sheet on the site that accompanies the book (http://www.gamemath.com). The problem is, chapter 12 & 13 don't have any answers to the exercises I've tried contacting the authors via email but all 3 email addresses on their site appear to not work: "Delivery to the following recipient failed permanently" and I'm not sure of any other way to contact them. Does anyone have the answers to the remaining chapters? or a means to contact the author(s)? It would be greatly appreciated if you do. Thanks!

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You could just post the questions and your answers here on the forums - I'm guessing one or more people would be willing to take a look and check your answers for you. (This is assuming the questions are 'postable' - that is, they don't involve graphs or diagrams.)

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I'm thinking that since those chapters are heavily lined with code, the authors expected that if you implemented their code to solve the problems, the solutions would automatically be correct.

If you need help with specific questions, I have the book as well.

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