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ePub Mechanics (Visual science) download
Author:
John Freeman
ISBN13:
978-0382067167
ISBN:
0382067169
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Publisher:
Silver Burdett Pr; 2 edition (August 1, 1983)
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1295 kb
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Mechanics (Visual Science). John Freeman, Martin Hollis. Mechanics (Visual Science). Are you sure you want to remove Mechanics (Visual Science) from your list? Mechanics (Visual Science). by John Freeman, Martin Hollis. Published December 1983 by Silver Burdett Press.

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Discusses the phenomena of force, movement, pressure, and friction, the mechanics involved in moving things, and the means by which machines work.