Mechanics of Materials (10th Edition)

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Russell Hibbeler

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Mechanics of Materials (10th Edition)

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129MB

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9780134319650

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English

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896 pages

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Pearson


Book Description

Mechanics of Materials presents the theory in a way that is both clear and comprehensive, and it also provides support for the application of fundamental mechanics of materials principles. You are better able to visualize and understand complex ideas thanks to Professor Hibbeler’s clear and concise writing style, an abundance of relevant examples, and a jaw-dropping photorealistic art program in four colors.

The 10th Edition keeps the signature features that have become synonymous with the Hibbeler brand, while also adding the most recent information, a slick new layout, additional problem-solving exercises, and increased flexibility in the way that topics are covered.

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