Engineering Books:

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Nikka Basan
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Engineering Books:

What are the books with best explanations of the subject matter that are mostly used as reference in the subjects:
-Safety Management
-Circuits Analysis 3
-Mechanics of deformable bodies
-Basic Electronics Engineering
-Advance ENgineering Math
-Dynamics of Rigid Bodies
-Engineering Electromagnetics

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Safety Management: "Principles of Safety Management"
Circuits Analysis 3: "Microelectronic Circuits" by Sedra and Smit
Basic Electronics Engineering: "Electronic Devices and Circuit Theory" by Boylestad and Nashelsky
While these are well-regarded books, it's essential to choose the one that aligns best with your learning style and the specific course requirements. Don't forget to check with your instructors or peers for additional recommendations based on their experiences. And, if you're interested in getting a more in-depth understanding, you might consider searching for resources online or even exploring online platforms where you can buy book reports or reviews to get a sense of which resources might be the most beneficial for you.

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