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The incredible music machine

by Jacques Lowe

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Designed to satisfy the needs of professors desiring a more conceptual, rigorous approach to solid mechanics, this text emphasizes solid mechanics theory, in addition to showing students how to apply a given formula to solve a specific problem or type of problem. The book builds a conceptual base from which students can approach a broad spectrum of solid mechanics problems. The major feature of the text is its flexible presentation, allowing a variety of options in structuring the presentation and coverage of the course.

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