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ONCE WE KNOW A BOOK IS AVAILABLE WE MUST BE ABLE TO FIND IT

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EACH BOOK HAS A LABEL IN THE LIBRARY EVERY BOOK HAS ITS PLACE… AND THERE IS A PLACE FOR EACH BOOK

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THE LIBRARY MARK IS ON THE LABEL THE MARK INDICATES ITS POSITION IN THE COLLECTION

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THE MARKS ALLOWS YOU TO FIND THE BOOK. ITS HAS 3 ELEMENTS SUBJECT AUTHOR TITLE Subject Aeronáutica (629.7) Author A. Esteban Oñate Title Conocimientos del avión

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THE BOOKS SUBJECT IS IDENTIFIED BY A NUMBER Example: Science Methodology 512 Algebra 532 Fluid Mechanics Aeronautical Engineering Informatics

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TO SPECIFY A SUBJECT, DIGITS ARE ADDED TO THE MAIN NUMBER SOME EXAMPLES: 5 – PURE SCIENCES, NATURAL SCIENCES 51 – Mathematics 512 – Algebra – Linear Algebra 6 – APPLIED SCIENCES 62 – Engineering 629 – Transport Engineering – Aeronautical Engineering Astronautics

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THE BOOKS ARE ORDERED BY THEIR LABLES ON THE BOOKSHELFS

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THE LABELS ARE ORDERED FOLLOWING THE 3 FIGURES THAT ARE INCLUDED IN THEM

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THE CONTENT OF EACH BOOK SHELF IS INDICATED

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THERE ARE OTHER NUMBERS THAT ARE APPLIED TO ALL SUBJECTS (03) Dictionaries, encyclopedias (058) Directories, yearbooks (076) Problems (091) History Example: 33 (03)Diccionario de economía 512(076) Problemas de álgebra 629.7(091) Historia de la aeronáutica

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ON THE BOOKSHELFS, THE BOOKS ARE ORDERED FROM LEFT TO RIGHT AND FROM TOP TO BOTTOM

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BOOKSHELFS ORDER IN THE LIBRARY

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