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Discussion at Johannesburg on the Teaching of Elementary Mechanics, Which Took Place on August 29Th, 1905, In Section A, Professor Forsyth, President of the Section, In the Chair

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Title: Discussion at Johannesburg on the Teaching of Elementary Mechanics, Which Took Place on August 29Th, 1905, In Section A, Professor Forsyth, President of the Section, In the Chair  
Author: British Association for the Advancement of Science
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Language: English
Subject: Mechanics -- Study and teaching, Machinery, Mechanical engineering
Collections: American Libraries Collection
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Publication Date:
1906
Publisher: New York; Macmillan Publishers Ltd.

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For The Advancement Of Science, B. A., 1850-1920, P. J., & Ernest, 186, A. C. (1906). Discussion at Johannesburg on the Teaching of Elementary Mechanics, Which Took Place on August 29Th, 1905, In Section A, Professor Forsyth, President of the Section, In the Chair. Retrieved from http://hawaiilibrary.net/


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