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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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In the rest

energy of the particle at rest : E ' = a ( 12.6 ) To determine i we consider the

Lorentz transformation ( 12.4 ) of from the rest

in which ...

In the rest

**frame**of the particle ( p ' = 0 ) the scalar product ( 12.5 ) gives theenergy of the particle at rest : E ' = a ( 12.6 ) To determine i we consider the

Lorentz transformation ( 12.4 ) of from the rest

**frame**of the particle to the**frame**Kin which ...

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is so strong that the particle is continually accelerated in the direction of E and its

average energy continues to increase with time . To see this we consider a

Lorentz transformation from the original

velocity ...

is so strong that the particle is continually accelerated in the direction of E and its

average energy continues to increase with time . To see this we consider a

Lorentz transformation from the original

**frame**to a system K " moving with avelocity ...

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

References and suggested reading | 23 |

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