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This means that at times immediately before t = 0 the wave consisted of _ two

pulses , both moving towards the

shape given by ( 7 . 38 ) . Clearly at later times we expect each pulse to re ...

This means that at times immediately before t = 0 the wave consisted of _ two

pulses , both moving towards the

**origin**, such that at t = 0 they coalesced into theshape given by ( 7 . 38 ) . Clearly at later times we expect each pulse to re ...

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If the wave crest passing the

it reaches him ) , then at time t he will have counted - ( k · X – wt ) wave crests .

Now imagine another reference frame K ' which moves relative to the frame K ...

If the wave crest passing the

**origin**at t = 0 is the first one which he records ( whenit reaches him ) , then at time t he will have counted - ( k · X – wt ) wave crests .

Now imagine another reference frame K ' which moves relative to the frame K ...

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The unshaded interior of the cone represents the past and the future , while the

shaded region outside the cone is called “ elsewhere . ” A point inside ( outside )

the light cone is said to have a time - like ( spacelike ) separation from the

The unshaded interior of the cone represents the past and the future , while the

shaded region outside the cone is called “ elsewhere . ” A point inside ( outside )

the light cone is said to have a time - like ( spacelike ) separation from the

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Introduction to Electrostatics | 1 |

BoundaryValue Problems in Electrostatics I | 26 |

RelativisticParticle Kinematics and Dynamics | 391 |

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