# An Intermediate Course of Mechanics

Murray, 1905 - 422 σελίδες

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 RECTILINEAR TRANSLATION OF A RIGID BODY 10 III 33 IV 61 VI 85 VII 95 VIII 111 CHAP 120 IX 125
 XIII 200 XIV 213 XV 224 XVI 246 XVII 256 XVIII 277 XIX 301 ANSWERS TO EXAMPLES 410

 XII 182
 INDEX 417

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