I have a copy of the "Teacher Edition" of a pre-calc textbook my students are using. It's similar to their text, but the pages are reduced a bit to offer room for answers and some commentary.
Now I see a "Solution Key" for this same title. The page count is less than half of the text. Unfortunately, there's no preview feature. I'd have been happy to see 2 random pages from a chapter.
What, exactly can I expect from this book? Is it a summary of answers, or is there a comprehensive set of worked out problems? I realize this invites the potential for "How would we know? We don't even know the book title?" But I'm trusting that, as in many areas of life, there's a meaning to the words used, and I'm hoping a member here will have experience with the printed "Teacher edition" vs "Solution Key."
Update - Indeed, Daniel's answer was correct. The solution key had the answers worked out as I hoped. It was published by the same publisher, but had no author credited, for what that's worth.