anonymous
  • anonymous
According to the theory of relativity, the mass m of a particle depends on its velocity v. Consider the following equation, where m0 is the mass when the particle is at rest and c is the speed of light. m = m0 / [√1 – (v2/c2)] Find the limit of the mass as v approaches c – .
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anonymous
  • anonymous
it would go to infinity since v^2 goes to c^2 1 - c^2/c^2 =0 0 in denominator mean infiinty

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