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Modern Introductory Mechanics

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Modern Introductory Mechanics
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Publisher: Bookboon
ISBN-13: 9788740308556
Number of pages: 309

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This is a two semester introductory classical mechanics text. The coverage of material includes some unusual topics in variational techniques and deterministic chaos. The treatment of relativity is more complete than usual, and the author introduces the idea of covariant and contravariant vectors and tensors.

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