Which of the following actions is best understood using Einstein's concepts rather than Newtonian physics?
A. The flight of an arrow shot from a bow
B. The rebound of a basketball from a backboard
C. The chemical breakdown of an explosive
D. The radioactive decay of an atom
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I can eliminate two... And I'd think one is more likely but I can say for sure. Have you eliminated any?
C is the answer because Einstein's theory of relativity gave a lot towards radioactivity, with fission and fusion being one of the topics.
You said "C" and then mentioned radioactivity! But also fission and fusion. But it's C?
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actually it's D
I would have eliminated A and B, and put my money on D if I gambled. Chemical breakdown is a lot of physics, but I know that radiation deals with electromagnetic waves. Very importantly, energy of photons and such. Einstein also worked on other atomic theory. But I would guess radiation. Einstein probably did much in both, though.