Here it is:
in the theory of relativity, the mass, m of a particle with velocity v is given by:
m = (mo) / sqrt(1 - (v^2/c^2))
where c is the speed of light, and mo is the mass of the particle at rest. What happens to the mass of the particle as its velocity approaches the speed of light?
we've been doing limit laws recently, so I assume im ment to use those, but this really is nothing like anything I'v seen before and im completely stuck.
Im afraid im not quiet sure about what either of you are saying.
Well if a fraction has zero in its denominator it is usually undefined, but from my experience it will generally still have a limit, so im not quiet sure...
Thanks for your help so far and im sory I dont inderstand...