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### by Clayton T. Crowe,Donald F. Elger,John A. Roberson,Barbara C. Williams

**ISBN:**0470259779**Category:**Math & Science**Author:**Clayton T. Crowe,Donald F. Elger,John A. Roberson,Barbara C. Williams**Subcategory:**Physics**Other formats:**mobi azw mbr doc**Language:**English**Publisher:**Wiley; 9 edition (September 30, 2008)**Pages:**592 pages**FB2 size:**1136 kb**EPUB size:**1643 kb**Rating:**4.8**Votes:**855

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