By R.A. Howland
Complete, rigorous assessment of Linear Algebra, from Vector areas to common Forms
Emphasis on extra classical Newtonian remedy (favored by way of Engineers) of inflexible our bodies, and extra glossy in larger reliance on Linear Algebra to get inertia matrix and care for machines
Develops Analytical Dynamics to permit the advent of friction
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