An Introduction to Mechanics

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In the years since it was first published, this classic introductory textbook has established itself as one of the best-known and most highly regarded descriptions of Newtonian mechanics. Intended for undergraduate students with foundation skills in mathematics and a deep interest in physics, it systematically lays out the principles of mechanics: vectors, Newton's laws, momentum, energy, rotational motion, angular momentum and noninertial systems, and includes chapters on central force motion, the harmonic oscillator, and ...

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Fabio C

Sep 23, 2014

Excellent introductory book

This was a great bought. The shipping was fast and the book was in great condition. I also loved the content of the book: the introduction to mechanics is made through examples that have just the right difficulty to be followed in this situation.

Helber D

Jan 24, 2013

A great book

A great book to learn classical mechanics, with a clear exposition and very insightful worked out examples. In contrast to many books at this level, Kleppner and Kolenkow illustrate the key of every concept with each example and prepare you for the problems at the end of each chapter. To learn or teach classical mechanics at the undergraduate level, this is the book.

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