Vector Mechanics for Engineers: Dynamics


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"Vector Mechanics for Engineers: Dynamics" and its companion volume, "Vector Mechanics for Engineers: Statics", are designed to develop in first-year engineering students the ability to analyze any problem in a simple and logical manner, and to apply basic engineering principles to its solution. Each chapter begins with an introduction and a set of learning objectives, and ends with a chapter review and summary. The body of the text is divided into units, each consisting of one or several theory sections, one or several ...

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Aug 9, 2007

don't use this book 2 learn from

this book is very hard. even my professor dislikes this book. The examples show the easier problems to solve. The REAL problems are much, much harder than any other book i've seen. It takes people in my class more than a 1/2 hour on the hard material. the harder material (ch.16, on) takes about 2+ hours to do. The problems are tricky & the author assumes you already know how to replace parts of equations with other derived equations w/o even stating the step in examples. JUST A HORRIBLE BOOK!!!!

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