Dynamics for Beginners
by John Bascombe Lock
Publisher: MacMillan 1890
Number of pages: 248
This work explains the elementary principles of Dynamics, illustrating them by numerous easy numerical examples in a manner suitable for use in Schools with boys of ordinary mathematical attainments. This is the third edition of the book.
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