Classical Mechanics - An Introduction, with 149 Figures.pdf

Classical Mechanics - An Introduction, with 149 Figures PDF

Dieter Strauch

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04/02/2007 · This book has got it all. Very intuitive introductions and sufficient mathematical rigor for a freshman studying physics. It is genuinely heart warming to see a Classical Mechanics book intended for freshmen contain an Introduction to Lagrangian and Hamiltonian Mechanics as well as "both" Special and General Theory of Relativity. Introduction to Classical Mechanics: With Problems …

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Classical Mechanics - An Introduction, with 149 Figures.pdf

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