



 Engineering Mechanics: Statics & Dynamics (14th Edition)  Hardcoverby Russell C. Hibbeler (Author)
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 Binding:  Hardcover  Publisher:  Pearson  Edition:  14th Edition  Page Count:  1464 Pages  Publication Date:  April 10, 2015  Sales Rank:  99395th 


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