*Classical Physics, Part I: Mathematical Apparatus*

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Author | Stefan Marinov |
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Published | 1981 |

Publisher | International Publishers |

Pages | 260 |

MATHEMATICAL APPARATUS represents Part I of CLASSICAL PHYSICS which consists of the following five volumes:

I. Mathematical apparatus.

II. Axiomatics. Low-velocity mechanics.

III. High-velocity mechanics.

IV. Gravi-magretism.

V. Elektromagnetism.

The mathematical apparatus used in the four physical parts is presented in Part I. Thus the whole book can be read without consulting any other mathematical book. CLASSICAL PHYSICS is written as a text-book for high school students but, because of its simplicity and clarity can also be read by college students. It shows that classical physics is a very simple study understandable for any person who wishes to know it.