by P.F. Smith, W.R. Longley
Publisher: Ginn & Co. 1910
Number of pages: 316
The study of Mechanics as presented in this volume is founded upon a course in mathematics extending through the Calculus. It is assumed, moreover, that the student has already become familiar with the fundamental ideas of force, energy, and work through such preliminary courses as are included in textbooks on General Physics.
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General mechanics introductory text for physics and engineering students with a background in calculus. Contents: Newton's Laws: First principles; Rotational Dynamics; Newton's Laws: A second look; Harmonic Oscillators; etc.
by J. B. Tatum - University of Victoria
Contents: Centres of Mass; Moment of Inertia; Systems of Particles; Rigid Body Rotation; Collisions; Motion in a Resisting Medium; Projectiles; Impulsive Forces; Conservative Forces; Rocket Motion; Simple and Damped Oscillatory Motion; etc.
by Z.K. Silagadze - arXiv
These test problems were used by the author as weekly control works for the first year physics students at Novosibirsk State University in 2005. Solutions of the problems are also given. Written in Russian and English language.
by Benjamin Crowell - LightAndMatter.com
This is a calculus-based book meant for the first semester of the type of freshman survey course taken by engineering and physical science majors. A little relativity is interspersed with the Newtonian mechanics, in optional sections.