## Further MechanicsThis volume presents an A-level text following on from Introducing Mechanics by the same authors. The two books cover the requirements for Mechanics as part of double-certificate Mathematics for any examination board. The content is designed to accommodate the A-level specifications for 2000. The book includes examination questions as well as exercises within chapters. |

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### Contents

Learning about religion | 4 |

Where can people look for God? | 16 |

Religious language | 27 |

How did the universe begin? | 38 |

Questions about life and death | 56 |

Sacred books quoted in the sources | 94 |

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Further Mechanics David Bowles,Brian Jefferson,John Rayneau,Mark Rowland,Robert Wagner,Paul Williams,Garry Wiseman,Katie Wood,Mike Heylings,Eddie Mullan No preview available - 2017 |

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