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11.6 In the reference

distance d apart on the y axis for a race parallel to the x axis . Two starters , one

beside each man , will fire their starting pistols at slightly different times , giving a

...

11.6 In the reference

**frame**K two very evenly matched sprinters are lined up adistance d apart on the y axis for a race parallel to the x axis . Two starters , one

beside each man , will fire their starting pistols at slightly different times , giving a

...

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The length of the 4 - vector Pu is a Lorentz invariant quantity which is

characteristic of the particle : 22 ( p : p ) = ( p'p ' ) = - ( 12.5 ) c2 In the rest

the particle ( p ' = 0 ) the scalar product ( 12.5 ) gives the energy of the particle at

rest : E ...

The length of the 4 - vector Pu is a Lorentz invariant quantity which is

characteristic of the particle : 22 ( p : p ) = ( p'p ' ) = - ( 12.5 ) c2 In the rest

**frame**ofthe particle ( p ' = 0 ) the scalar product ( 12.5 ) gives the energy of the particle at

rest : E ...

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In the rest

identically ) and E d®x ( 0 ) ( 17.36 ) The superscript ( 0 ) means rest

particle ; U is the electrostatic self - energy ( 17.30 ) . From these values of ...

In the rest

**frame**of the particle definitions ( 17.35 ) reduce to pe = 0 ( since g , = 0identically ) and E d®x ( 0 ) ( 17.36 ) The superscript ( 0 ) means rest

**frame**of theparticle ; U is the electrostatic self - energy ( 17.30 ) . From these values of ...

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