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# Introduction to Engineering Mechanics

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##### In this 48 mins Lesson you will Learn about following concepts.

Introduction to Engineering Mechanics, Concept of a Rigid Body, Basic Concepts, Describing a Force, Vector Representation of Force, Ex: Representing a Force in Vector form, Basic Principles, Newton's Law of Gravitation, Newton's First law of Motion, Newton's 2nd law of Motion, Newton's 3rd Law of Motion, Principle of Transmissibility, Parallelogram law of addition of forces, and related Topics.

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