Elementary Mechanics from a Mathematician's Viewpoint
by Michael Spivak
Publisher: University of Georgia 2004
Number of pages: 102
From the table of contents: The Hardest Part of Mechanics (The Fundamentals); How Newton Analyzed Planetary Motion; Systems of Particles; Conservation Laws; Rigid Bodies; Constraints; Holonomic and Non-Holonomic Constraints; Statically Indeterminate Structures.
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