## Mechanics, 2E |

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### Contents

Vector Analysis | 9 |

Coordinate Systems and Kinematics | 68 |

Particle Dynamics | 93 |

Conservation Laws and Properties of Space and Time | 135 |

Inverse Square Law Force | 146 |

Elastic and Inelastic Collisions | 203 |

Dynamics of Rigid Bodies | 236 |

Oscillatory Motion | 270 |

Lorentz Transformations and their Relativistic Consequences | 361 |

FourVectors | 406 |

Charged Particle Dynamics | 441 |

Lagrangian and Hamiltonian Formalism | 472 |

Mechanics of Continuous Media | 491 |

Section BFluid Dynamics | 529 |

7B Stokes Law | 542 |

Frames of Reference | 324 |

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