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A Treatise on Dynamics, with Examples and Exercises

Nature volume 88, page 578 (29 February 1912) | Download Citation



THE preface to this book states that it is intended “to provide a discussion of higher dynamics suitable to students of engineering, physics, or astronomy.” It is doubtful whether it would be a good “book for intending students of astronomy, but it will be useful both to physicists and to students of applied mathematics as supplementing other treatises, and is an excellent book for an engineer whose mathematical equipment is sufficient to follow the reasoning.

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