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Modern Methods of Valuation, 11th edition

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Modern Methods of Valuation, 11th edition by Eric Shapiro, David Mackmin, Gary Sams
English | 2012-12-16 | ISBN: 0415538017, 0080971164 | PDF | 552 pages | 4 MB

Modern Methods of Valuation, 11th edition
The new and improved eleventh edition of this essential valuation textbook reflects the changes in the property market since 2009, whilst presenting the tried and tested study of the principles governing the valuation of land, houses and buildings of the previous editions.

The eleventh edition is fully up-to-date with latest guidelines, statutes and case law, including the implications of the latest RICS Red Book and the Localism Act. Its comprehensive coverage of the legal, economic and technical aspects of valuation make this book a core text for most University and College Real Estate Programmes and to provide trainees (APC Candidates) and practitioners with current and relevant guidance on the preparation of valuations for statutory purposes.

Over the twenty eight chapters, the author team of experienced valuation experts present detailed accounts of the application of these principles to the everyday problems met in practice. This new edition continues to be of excellent value to both students and practitioners alike as it provides the reader with a clear understanding of the methods and techniques of valuation.
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Grob’s Basic Electronics, 11th Edition

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Grob's Basic Electronics, 11th Edition by Mitchel E. Schultz
English | 2010 | ISBN: 0073510858 | PDF | 1280 pages | 56 MB

Grob’s Basic Electronics, 11th Edition
"Grob's Basic Electronics, Eleventh Edition" is written for the beginning student pursuing a technical degree in Electronics Technology. In covering the fundamentals of electricity and electronics, this text focuses on essential topics for the technician, and the all-important development of testing and troubleshooting skills. This highly practical approach combines clear, carefully-laid-out explanations of key topics with good, worked-out examples and problems to solve. Review problems that follow each section reinforce the material just completed, making this a very student-friendly text. It is a thoroughly accessible introduction to basic DC and AC circuits and electronic devices. This eleventh edition of this longtime best-selling text has been refined, updated and made more student friendly. The focus on absolutely essential knowledge for technicians, and focus on real-world applications of these basic concepts makes it ideal for today's technology students.
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The Eleventh Marcel Grossmann Meeting: On Recent Developments in Theoretical and Experimental General Relativity…

Hagen Kleinert, Robert T. Jantzen, "The Eleventh Marcel Grossmann Meeting: On Recent Developments in Theoretical and Experimental General Relativity, Gravitation and Relativistic Field Theories (3 Volumes Set)"
2008 | ISBN-10: 9812834265 | 3126 pages | PDF | 160 MB
The uncertainty in this delightful book refers to Heisenberg's Uncertainty Principle, an idea first postulated in 1927 by physicist Werner Heisenberg in his attempt to make sense out of the developing field of quantum mechanics. As Lindley so well explains it, the concept of uncertainty shook the philosophical underpinnings of science. It was Heisenberg's work that, to a great extent, kept Einstein from accepting quantum mechanics as a full explanation for physical reality. Similarly, it was the Uncertainty Principle that demonstrated the limits of scientific investigation: if Heisenberg is correct there are some aspects of the physical universe that are to remain beyond the reach of scientists. As he has done expertly in books like Boltzmann's Atom, Lindley brings to life a critical period in the history of science, explaining complex issues to the general reader, presenting the major players in an engaging fashion, delving into the process of scientific discovery and discussing the interaction between science and society. Thus, Lindley presents a very good chapter dissecting historian of science Paul Forman's iconic, if terribly flawed, analysis of the same time period.

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