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statics

(stat'iks)
The study of matter at rest and of the forces bringing about equilibrium.
See: dynamics
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Ormiston, 1989, Deterministic Transformations of Random Variables and the Comparative Statics of Risk, Journal of Risk and Uncertainty, 2: 179-188.
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A team of authors from the University of Idaho, Moscow and Washington State University-Pullman present a textbook for a first or second course in fluid mechanics for engineering students in any major who have a background in physics (mechanics), chemistry, statics, and calculus.