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1 - Wouldn't printing each page of the textbook be the same as producing the textbook? OP is not as much of a tree killer as the companies that produce the books. Boom.

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33 is right. Same amount of paper the actual book would have taken up! And OP was just trying to save money so what's the big deal?

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36 and 33 the text book was already made not his copy he pointlessly made another one and that's why they are calling him a treekiller

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Well said 82, plus we have a thing called technology, Op could have simply taken pictures of the book put them into a PDF or word doc and loaded them onto a laptop or a tablet.....

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82 - When Universities offer textbooks, they charge fees for the production of the textbooks. So, yes and no.

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I don't understand how 1 has like 100 upvotes, but 2 has negative votes and they said pretty much the same thing.

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Guessing an hour maybe? Matters on the scanner and printer. Books are expensive now a days for college. I use chegg, though. Cheap and 100% reliable!

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What 60 said. When you go to a store and ask for a ream of paper, a tree doesn't just tragically clutch its heart and die.

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Some people have to be stingy. My dad recently changed jobs and lost alot of his income he worked for, so my parents are really stingy at the moment.

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