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I was looking through the file you sent me (sorry about the delay - am
shifts at my experiment and so any sort of routine has been destroyed)
have checked that some of the things that are underlined in yours are
italicised in the
book - see:
The problem with \emph is getting fixed somewhere - I will locate it though
for future reference but when we integrate your changes into the book I
things will be fine.
About the introduction of acceleration, we have introduced it as an
example of a vector
in the vectors chapter which precedes the Forces chapter. The chapter
after Forces (Rectilinear
Motion) deals with it as well. In my opinion its fine to repeat (or
reinforce) concepts when they
are used again as we are trying to teach students and repetition helps.
"Life is but a seg-fault away ...
Life received signal SIGSEGV, Segmentation fault.
0x42074d40 in calloc () from /lib/i686/liblife.so.6"
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