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the relative mass of a particle increse with velocity decreases with velocity decreses with velocity nd becomes zero none of these

the relative mass of a particle
  1. increse with velocity 
  2. decreases with velocity
  3. decreses with velocity nd becomes zero
  4. none of these

Grade:12th pass

1 Answers

Ayush Goel
27 Points
5 months ago
We know according to special theory of relativity
Relativistic mass  = rest mass/√(1-(v/c)^2)
So as v increases  , mass increases 

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