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The Science Of Mechanics - A Critical And Historical Account Of Its Development

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Book Description
An Unabridged Printing To Include The Translator's Preface And Those Of The Third And Fourth Editions, With 250 Cuts And Illustrations - Chapter 1: THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE PRINCIPLES OF STATICS - The Principle Of The Lever - The Principle Of The Inclined Plane - The Principle Of The Composition Of Forces - The Principle Of Virtual Velocities - Retrospect Of The Development Of Statics - The Principl... More
Book Information
PublisherMerchant Book Company Limited
BindingPaperback (31 editions)
Reading LevelUncategorized
# of Pages628
ISBN-10160386024X
ISBN-13978-1603860246
Publication Date07/28/2007
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About Ernst Mach (Author) : Ernst Mach is a published author. Some of the published credits of Ernst Mach include The Science of Mechanics; A Critical and Historical Account of its Development.
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About Thomas McCormack (Translator) : Thomas McCormack is a published author. A published credit of Thomas McCormack is Arthur Miller's manifesto.(THE Reader Replies)(Letter to the Editor) : An article from: American Scholar.
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