3 edition of The Math Mechanic found in the catalog.
by Aventine Press
Written in English
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|Number of Pages||136|
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Dealing with mechanics and the solving of mechanical problems with the help of pure mathematics, this A-Level text introduces at an early stage an appreciation of the properties of vectors. Throughout the book problems are solved using vector methods where appropriate, and many worked examples are provided to illustrate each main development of /5(15). 35 votes, 85 comments. k members in the alevel community. This is a place to discuss AS and A2 subjects.
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This book is the result of the experience of the writer in teaching the subject of Applied Mechanics at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology. It is primarily a text-book ; and hence the writer has endeavored to present the different subjects in such a way as seemed to him best for the progress of the class, even though it be at some.
"The Mathematical Mechanic is a pleasant surprise."E. Kincanon, Choice "The Mathematical Mechanic reverses the usual interaction of mathematics and physics Careful study of Levi's book may train readers to think of physical companions to mathematical problemsCited by: "The Mathematical Mechanic jazzes up the old married couple, math and physics.
The book breathes fresh air into the (sometimes stale) relationship and invites us to rethink familiar topics in unfamiliar ways. It disorients us in the most delightful manner. Mark Levi's. A book full of insights about the interplay of mathematics and physics, or, more precisely, about how reasonings based on elementary principles of balances of forces, conservation of energy, and the like, can provide illuminating arguments (almost rigorous proofs, really) of a very large number of mathematical results of very different natures, some geometric, some algebraic, some /5.
This book covers a lot of the math required to solve many common automotive questions. As a shop reference it would be handy enough to have around. The formulae are not complex and for the most part involve a little multiplication, division, adding and subtracting/5(54). $\begingroup$ @Willie, I said his book lacks the soul of a physicist, but it's a book about the mathematics of mechanics after all.
A great book with the soul of a physicist is The Variational Principles of Mechanics by Cornelius Lanczos. Too advanced for the OP, though. $\endgroup$ – John McVirgooo Apr 27 '11 at Download Engineering Mechanics Books – We have compiled a list of Best & Standard Reference Books on Engineering Mechanics Subject.
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