With the direct, accessible, and pragmatic approach of Fowles and Cassiday's ANALYTICAL MECHANICS, Seventh Edition, thoroughly revised for clarity and concision, students will grasp challenging concepts in introductory mechanics. A complete exposition of the fundamentals of classical mechanics, this proven and enduring introductory text is a standard for the undergraduate Mechanics course. Numerical worked examples increased students' problem-solving skills, while textual discussions aid in student understanding of theoretical material through the use of specific cases.
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Mechanics was one of the first (if not the first) courses I followed in University. “Analytical Mechanics” is a brilliant junior level book that covers: Newton’s Laws of Motion Harmonic motion Kepler’s Laws Rigid bodies Lagrangian Mechanics The authors use real world examples such as falling raindrops to illustrate various concepts. The problems at the end of each chapter are quite challenging and interesting. There are also some numerical problems in the book, that should be solved with a computer. In my opinion there could have been more of those. The study group, that I was part of, ignored the “computer” problems completely.
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FUNDAMENTAL CONCEPTS VECTORS
VECTOR CALCULUS AND KINEMATICS OF A PARTICLE
DYNAMICS OF A PARTICLE RECTILINEAR MOTION
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