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The basic principles of mechanical engineering are Isaac Newton's three laws of motion regarding force, acceleration and deceleration, and actions and reactions. Working with these basic rules, today's engineers continue to create inventions that make our lives easier.
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|Mechanical Playground||p. 4|
|Newton's Laws||p. 6|
|Center of Mass||p. 16|
|Fluid Mechanics||p. 20|
|Engineering Through Time||p. 22|
|Lab: Pressure, That Sinking Feeling!||p. 28|
|Sally Ride Science||p. 32|
|Image Credits||p. 32|
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