The Measurement of Understanding in Technical Education
by Robert M. W. Travers, William N. Fenninger & Frank E. Stewart - 1946
The industrial progress of a nation is accompanied by an increase in the use of power. The processes which require manual labor are replaced by inventions of labor-saving and time-saving machines and devices which make possible increased production with decreased physical exertion by the individual.
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