Special Theory of Relativity

Interpret motion between different objects that are moving at constant speeds relative to each other.

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The Relativity of Velocity - Overview

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Relativistic Mass and Energy - Overview

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Relativistic Mass and Energy - Example 3

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Determining the rest energy for an object using the equation E[0] = m[o]c<sup>2
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Relativistic Mass and Energy - Example 1

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Recognizing how the perceived mass of an object changes as it approaches the speed of light
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Relativistic Mass and Energy - Example 2

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Determining the observed mass of an object in a fixed frame of reference using the equation m = m[0]/√ (1-v^(2)/c^(2))
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Special Relativity Overview--The Two Postulates of Special Relativity - Overview

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