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The unprimed and primed coordinate systems are shown in Figure 18.3. Their

origins, O and O', coincide at ct = ct' = 0. The

velocity v = c/3 relative to the unprimed fame. The inverse transformation is

obtained ...

The unprimed and primed coordinate systems are shown in Figure 18.3. Their

origins, O and O', coincide at ct = ct' = 0. The

**primed frame**moves to the right atvelocity v = c/3 relative to the unprimed fame. The inverse transformation is

obtained ...

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Then the clock is standing still in the unprimed frame, and the result is At' = yAt (

18.9) which is the time dilation again: The time between tick and tock is longer in

the

...

Then the clock is standing still in the unprimed frame, and the result is At' = yAt (

18.9) which is the time dilation again: The time between tick and tock is longer in

the

**primed frame**, where the clock is moving. The argument is circular, of course,...

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Note well: We marked the ends of the meter stick simultaneously in the un-

Ax and At = 0, so the difference in time between marking one end and the other is

Act' ...

Note well: We marked the ends of the meter stick simultaneously in the un-

**primed frame**, but that was not simultaneous in the**primed frame**: Act' = y Act - fiyAx and At = 0, so the difference in time between marking one end and the other is

Act' ...

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### Contents

Vector Analysis | 1 |

Electric Field EGausss Law | 33 |

Magnetic Field BAmperes Law | 66 |

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