An easy introduction to the theory and practice of mechanics; containing a variety of curious and important problems investigated with the greatest facility by the application of one general property of the center of gravity, without having recourse to the composition and resolution of forces. By Samuel Clark.
|Main Author:||Clark, Samuel.|
|Related Names:||Leybourn, Thomas 1770-1840.|
London, J. Nourse, 1764.
> Early works to 1800.
viii, 143 p.
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