Engineering: An Introduction for High School
Publisher: CK-12 Foundation 2009
Number of pages: 221
The aim of the authors is to introduce engineering techniques and practices to high school students. This book is designed for a broad range of student abilities and does not require significant math or science prerequisites.
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