## Introduction to Mechanics of Deformable Solids |

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A . Consider the force FA to be applied abruptly , to be held constant for a long

time , and then to be removed abruptly and to remain at zero . Describe clearly

and explicitly the motion of point A at each instant of time as a

loading ...

A . Consider the force FA to be applied abruptly , to be held constant for a long

time , and then to be removed abruptly and to remain at zero . Describe clearly

and explicitly the motion of point A at each instant of time as a

**result**of thisloading ...

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Development of a feeling for permissible idealizations and approximations is

possible only by comparison of the

problems with the exact answers for these problems . A secondary reason for the

study of ...

Development of a feeling for permissible idealizations and approximations is

possible only by comparison of the

**results**obtained for more elementaryproblems with the exact answers for these problems . A secondary reason for the

study of ...

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The

process of summation of forces , etc . ... 2 : 10 , 11 ) , with oz in place of oa and Oy

in place of Oc . When a acts alone , the

4 .

The

**result**, however , can be written down without going through the entireprocess of summation of forces , etc . ... 2 : 10 , 11 ) , with oz in place of oa and Oy

in place of Oc . When a acts alone , the

**result**is the last term , as derived in Sec .4 .

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