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Newtonian Mechanics Force and Motion by David Baird I haven't gone into Calculus, yet, for this section. Currently all the maths that are necessary are a little Trig ( sin=y/r, cos
"physics/ch2angy.gif">=x/r, tan=y/x ), a little Algebra, and a little Geometry. Don't say Calculus is useless! This is a very good example of where Calculus is very Table of Contents
