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Classical Mechanics (05 Edition)by John R. Taylor
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This text is intended for students of the physical sciences, especially physics, who have already studied some mechanics as part of an introductory physics course. Part I contains 11 chapters of essential material that should be read in sequence, and Part II contains five mutually independent chapters on advanced topics, such as collision theory and special relativity. Learning features include graded exercises applying and extending chapter concepts. Problems requiring the use of computers are not software-specific. Taylor teaches physics at the University of Colorado-Boulder.
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