Each volume is broken into individual chapters. And each volume has an associated solutions manual (the last item under each volume). There is a file with corrections to both the text and the answer manual. Also note a file with the diagrammatic summary of the rules that appeared on the inside cover of the published version of the primer. There are also several links to Software that may be used with the Primer. Tom Weston’s “Prooftutor” is designed to be used with the Primer’s natural deduction system. Austen Clark has Logic Software for both natural deduction systems and truth trees. The foregoing are free.
Paul Teller (UC Davis). The Primer was published in 1989 by Prentice Hall, since acquired by Pearson Education. Pearson Education has allowed the Primer to go out of print and returned the copyright to Professor Teller who is happy to make it available without charge for instructional and educational use.