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Define the term Engineering Mechanics

Sol.: Engineering mechanics is the branch of science, which deals the action of forces on the rigid bodies. Everywhere we feel application of Mechanics, like in railway station, where we seen railway bridge, A car moving on road, or simply we are running on road. Everywhere we saw application of mechanics.

 

 

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