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Theory and application of mathematical models to analyze statics and dynamics of mechanical and biomechanical systems (partials and rigid bodies) using a vector algebra. Covers: Newton's laws; free-body diagrams; structure analysis; friction; virtual work; energy and momentum methods; dynamics of bodies in two and three dimensions. Prerequisite(s): Mathematics 19A, and Physics 5A/L or 6A/L and Applied Mathematics and Statistics 10 or Mathematics 21. J. Rosen, W. Dunbar, G. Elklaim
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