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The Integrals of Mechanics by Oliver Clarence Lester

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The Integrals of Mechanics
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Publisher: Ginn and company
ISBN/ASIN: 5518632010
Number of pages: 78

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The matter presented in the following pages was originally intended to form the introduction to a work on Theoretical Mechanics. The book is intended as a drill book, and the unusual elaboration of the topics, together with the great number of illustrative examples, should enable the student to overcome most of his difficulties himself.

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