## MechanicsThe book presents a comprehensive study of important topics in Mechanics of pure and applied sciences. It provides knowledge of scalar and vector in optimum depth to make the students understand the concepts of Mechanics in simple, coherent and lucid manner and grasp its principles & theory. It caters to the requirements of students of B.Sc. Pass and Honours courses. Students of engineering disciplines and the ones aspiring for competitive exams such as AIME and others, will also find it useful for their preparations. |

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### Contents

1 | |

66 | |

Chapter 03 | 106 |

Chapter 04 | 166 |

Chapter 05 | 225 |

Chapter 06 | 256 |

Chapter 07 | 320 |

Chapter 08 | 389 |

Chapter 10 | 460 |

Chapter 11 | 561 |

Chapter 12 | 624 |

Chapter 13 | 701 |

Chapter 14 | 736 |

Chapter 15 | 773 |

Chapter 16 | 817 |

Chapter 09 | 439 |

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