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Variational Principles in Classical Mechanics

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Variational Principles in Classical Mechanics
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Publisher: River Campus Libraries
ISBN/ASIN: 0998837253
ISBN-13: 9780998837253
Number of pages: 587

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This book introduces variational principles, and illustrates the intellectual beauty, the remarkable power, and the broad scope, of applying variational principles to classical mechanics. Applications presented cover a wide variety of topics, as well as extensions to accommodate relativistic mechanics, and quantum theory.

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