Physics for Technical Students
by William Ballantyne Anderson
Publisher: McGraw-Hill 1914
Number of pages: 376
With the needs of these students in mind, the practical side of the subject has been emphasized throughout the book. This method, it is believed, will sustain interest in the subject by showing its application to everyday affairs. More space than usual has been devoted to the treatment of Force, Torque, Translatory Motion, and Rotary Motion.
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