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Introduction to Vectors by Christopher C. Tisdell

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Introduction to Vectors
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Publisher: Bookboon
ISBN-13: 9788740308235
Number of pages: 68

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Vectors provide a fascinating tool to describe motion and forces in physics and engineering. They also provide a simple framework for understanding geometry. This book takes learning to a new level by combining written notes with online video. Each lesson is linked with a YouTube video from award-winning teacher and best-selling author Dr Chris Tisdell, where he explains the material in an inspiring and engaging way.

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