M = K / ((1 - (V^2/C^2) )^1/2) Isolate V. I just don't get this one
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Swuare both sides, multiply by C^2 and see where that gets you...
Thanks man!
Originally Posted by TheChaz Swuare both sides, multiply by C^2 and see where that gets you... Chazzy, the Wolfram solution contains SQRT(c^2 m^2 - c^2 k^2): any idea why they don't simplify that to: cSQRT(m^2 - k^2) ?
No idea, but it wouldn't be *just* C, but rather |C|
Originally Posted by TheChaz No idea, but it wouldn't be *just* C, but rather |C| Since c is the speed of light, it would be just c.
Originally Posted by alexmahone Since c is the speed of light, it would be just c. Slow down, Alexander !
Originally Posted by alexmahone Since c is the speed of light, it would be just c. No, c is the cardinality of the real numbers.
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