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Frame S’ moves relative to frame S at o.620c in the directions of increasing x. In frame S’ a particle is measured to have a velocity of 0.470c in the directions of increasing x’ . (a) What is the velocity of the particle with respect to frame S? (b) What would be the velocity of the particle with respect to S if it moved (at 0.470c) in the directions of decreasing X’ in the S’ frame? In each case, compare yours answers with the predictions of the classical velocity transformation equation.

Frame S’ moves relative to frame S at o.620c in the directions of  increasing x. In frame S’ a particle is measured to have a velocity of 0.470c in the directions of increasing x’ .  (a) What is the velocity of the particle with respect to frame S? (b) What would be the velocity of the particle with respect to S if it moved (at 0.470c) in the directions of decreasing X’ in the S’ frame? In each case, compare yours answers with the predictions of the classical velocity transformation equation.

Grade:upto college level

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Deepak Patra
askIITians Faculty 471 Points
6 years ago
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