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by Fowles

  • Author: Fowles
  • ISBN: 0030960223
  • ISBN13: 978-0030960222
  • ePub: 1515 kb | FB2: 1466 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Physics
  • Publisher: Harcourt College Pub; 5th edition (December 1993)
  • Pages: 456
  • Rating: 4.3/5
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Analytical Mechanics (Saunders golden sunburst series) ePub download

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Taking a clear, practical approach to learning, ANALYTICAL MECHANICS uses historical perspective to enhance understanding and insight. Examples are presented first, followed by discussion of fundamental concepts, helping students to grasp challenging concepts from more familiar, specific cases.
Snake Rocking
This book covers mechanics in a fashion similar to most undergraduate classes on the topic, and has good questions. However, the explanations are clearly rushed and sometimes incomplete. For example, terms are not clearly defined and examples go from step 1 to step 7 without the adjoining math. This makes the book shorter than most, but there is a lot of material cut out.
Hrguig
My background included Cal 3 (Multivariable, not to be confused with more advanced vector cal despite applying cal to vectors in cal 3), where I learned to derive the law of gravitation from Kepler's laws, and intro ODE, where I learned damped harmonic motion(and things leading up to it thoroughly).
Because of my background, I found the book easy to read and liked the brevity/to the pointness of the book. But my classmates who were not taking those classes (and maybe even those who were only concurrently taking those classes) were having a lot of trouble because even if this book develops those topics from the beginning, they missed out on the background theories/practices that justifies/familiarizes them.
Years later I read Marion and Thornton and thought it was too wordy, but could see that if one is not comfortable with translating equations, those extra explanations would be helpful. Cal 3 and diff eq is necessary for M&T just the same.
Bad Sunny
Terrible. Unclear explanations, overly dense writing, and will skip steps that are necessary to understand the material. Whereas some physics books actually attempt to explain the information to you, this book just presents it and expects the reader to figure it out, which is not a terrible skill to have, but as an introduction to calculus based classical mechanics this book just fails.
Alsantrius
This is an extraordinarily well written Mechanics book. I think that a first year college student may run into some difficulties with this, simply because he may not have yet acquired the mathematical sophistication to truly appreciate the elegance of the presentation. I do believe though that by the 3rd or 4th year of college, this should be a fairly easy read. I last studied college level physics about 17 years ago, and frankly regret not having access to a book like this at that point. This book has just the right size (less than 1/3rd the length of Taylor), doesn't go into unnecessary details that detract from the matter at hand, and from a mathematical point of view is just brilliant. For somebody seeking to self teach himself basic mechanics, this would be a god send. There are a very large number of problems, and for those who want even more problems, schaums problem compilations should be enough. The level of calculus required is elementary and the author does provide quick intro to tools that are needed, for example working definitions of curl etc. This book is really accessible to even a Ist year college student, with some minimal background preparation in calculus. Of course, if you don't know the derivative of a polynomial, this book may not be for you :)A solid book for the truly interested.
Majin
Excellent book that is working well for my class. It is the international edition, but the info is there.
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Kerry
This book has some interesting commentary at the start of every chapter which gives nice perspective, but the teaching is lacking. The derivations tend to go on and on without much interpretation or explanation, which can leave some confused. The book does not sum up concepts, formulas, or theorems, which can make this a VERY difficult book to study from. Good luck... Hope you have a good teacher.

It's not all bad, but the bad parts are... bad.
Many books discuss topics well and are good at providing an understanding at a very fundamental level with clear and rigid explanations, but lack the mathematical formalism for advanced study. Other books are far too cryptic and contain nothing but a sea of equations leaving the reader helpless when trying to figure out what came from where. This book is a very good mix of the two. I am about to finish a two semester sequence of Mechanics using this text and I find it does a very good job of explaining theory and ideas along with guiding you through the mathematics that make it all work.

Before this class I had three semesters of Calculus, one semester of Differential Equations, and a semester of Linear Algebra. With this background I found no difficulty whatsoever in interpreting the text, and most of the derivations are pretty straight forward.

There are a fair amount of worked out examples in each chapter, however, I recommend picking up a problem set book with full solutions. It's one thing to know which equations to use to solve a problem, but developing a keen problem-solving skillset requires looking over fully completed examples so that you can get a feel for the thought process.
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