Subject: How is the relativistic equation L_r=L_0/gamma derived?
Date: Fri Mar 2 07:56:19 2001
Posted by Richard Lin
Grade level: 7-9
School: No school entered.
City: Taipei State/Province: No state entered.
Area of science: Physics
I understand how the relativistic equation t_r=t_o*gamma is derived, but I
don't know the mathematical proof of the equation L_r=L_0/gamma. Also, why does
a moving object's length contract?
Re: How is the relativistic equation L_r=L_0/gamma derived?
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