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Daily Archives: October 6, 2011
Simultaneity in relativity
Let there are two inertial frames of references S and S’. S is the stationary frame of reference and S’ is the moving frame of reference. At time t=t’=0 that is in the start, they are at the same position … Continue reading
Einstein mass energy relation discussion and derivation
Einstein’s mass energy relation: You must have known the relation E = mc2. Let us derive it: Derivation: Consider an object of rest mass m’. If force is applied to the object such that it starts moving with relativistic velocity … Continue reading
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