Kleppner, Daniel. An introduction to mechanics. 1. Mechanics. QAK ISBN I. Kolenkow, Robert, joint author. II Title. 6 May In the years since it was first published in by McGraw-Hill, this classic introductory textbook has established itself as one of the best-known. 1 Vectors and kinematics 2 Newton’s laws 3 Momentum 4 Work and energy 5 Some mathematical aspects of force and energy 6 Angular momentum and fixed .
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