Subject: why is the special theory of relativity applied to force?
Date: Mon Sep 14 10:32:32 2009
Posted by Shruthi
Grade level: undergrad
School: Amrita University
City: Bangalore State/Province: Karnataka
Area of science: Physics
i've been having a nagging doubt of why we consider relativistic force [and
thereby derive that F = Ã^3ma ].
basically, if F=ma, and this results non inertial frame (because it is
accelerating) ,then why apply the special theory of relativity? how is it
still valid for force?
Re: why is the special theory of relativity applied to force?
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