## Strength of Materials |

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solutions often show the patterns of engineering judgment in the modeling

process (making assumptions) and in the evaluation of the answers. In each

chapter there ...

**Problems**There are approximately 160 examples worked out in the text. Thesolutions often show the patterns of engineering judgment in the modeling

process (making assumptions) and in the evaluation of the answers. In each

chapter there ...

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presented in the preceding chapters and if you can perform the basic

computations in the various

several things ...

**PROBLEMS**. You should be proud if you have learned most of the conceptspresented in the preceding chapters and if you can perform the basic

computations in the various

**problem**areas. Think of it this way: You have learnedseveral things ...

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There are three goals in solving

answers to the questions posed. Another is to obtain the solutions efficiently and

economically. This is often less important than the issue of correct answers, but ...

There are three goals in solving

**problems**. The most important is to find specificanswers to the questions posed. Another is to obtain the solutions efficiently and

economically. This is often less important than the issue of correct answers, but ...

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