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Elementary Physics I: Kinematics, Dynamics and Thermodynamics

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Elementary Physics I: Kinematics, Dynamics and Thermodynamics
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Publisher: Bookboon
ISBN-13: 9788740306323
Number of pages: 172

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This book develops the ideas which are necessary for a beginning student to appreciate physics and its applications at the most fundamental level. The topics covered are conventional: varieties of motion and causes thereof, conservation principles, energy, momentum, gravitation, rotation, temperature and thermodynamics.

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