Topic Category: Problems on Relativity

Problems on Relativity-2

Example 1 : An observer S sees a stream of particles moving along the x-axis. Each particle has a velocity . The observer sees N particle per unit time cross the point x = 0. Another observer S’ has a velocity with respect to S. (The x’-axis of S’ conicides with the x-axis of S). …

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Problems on Relativity-1

Example 1 : A rod is moving with a speed of 0.4 c along its length in the positive x-direction, and a particle is moving along, the negative x-direction with a speed 0.8c as shown in the figure below. Both the speeds are measured in an inertial frame S, and c is the velocity of …

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