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Students who have taken courses in vibration often get the impression that the course is too mathematical in nature and generally beyond their reach comprehension. Mechanical Vibration Practice with Basic Theory erases that impression. The book adopts an unconventional approach. It presents only those mathematical tools that are most appropriate for solving practical problems, and it emphasizes figures of significance in mechanical vibration. The material is confined to problems endemic in the mechanical engineering industry, and it includes computer programs that are used to solve complicated problems.